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Small Toupie Planter

62.00
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Small Toupie Planter

62.00

Small spinning top planter is perfect for succulents. Designed originally to hold the Monstera Philodendron or 'swiss cheese' plant. In nature, Monstera adopted holes in the leaves to allow the wind to pass through without damaging the plant. This planter rotates towards the sun, but also provides an easy way to simulate movement. 

*Not Sold with Plant*

Planter measures 4.5" wide by 2.5" in height. Dish is 4.25" wide by .5" in height.

See a short video of this planter in action on my instagram @twinettepoterie 

Method: the piece is wheel thrown from a ball of iron rich (which creates the speckle effect) red clay. It is decorated with stain and atomized glazes. I diamond core sand the bottom of each piece for maximum smoothness on the base. 

The piece is signed and dated on the bottom by myself, 2018.

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Small spinning top planter is perfect for succulents. Designed originally to hold the Monstera Philodendron or 'swiss cheese' plant. In nature, Monstera adopted holes in the leaves to allow the wind to pass through without damaging the plant. This planter rotates towards the sun, but also provides an easy way to simulate movement. 

*Not Sold with Plant*

Planter measures 4.5" wide by 2.5" in height. Dish is 4.25" wide by .5" in height.

See a short video of this planter in action on my instagram @twinettepoterie 

Method: the piece is wheel thrown from a ball of iron rich (which creates the speckle effect) red clay. It is decorated with stain and atomized glazes. I diamond core sand the bottom of each piece for maximum smoothness on the base. 

The piece is signed and dated on the bottom by myself, 2018.