Zadie Etched Ceramic Planter - Grey - Small
Free Standard Delivery 3 - 5 working days
On Orders over £100
Next Business Day Delivery
Orders placed before 1pm Monday - Thursday - £7.95
The soft grey tone of the Zadie etched planter will add a calming tone to your home. Each pot has an attractive geometric pattern, adding an attractive design detail. The chalky ceramic finish has an appealing understated look that feels rustic and connected to the outdoors. The neutral tone is the perfect backdrop for the viridescent tones of indoor plants or spring bulbs. We love using outdoor materials inside, it brings a layer of texture to a room and helps create a pared back timeless aesthetic. The Zadie makes a perfect gift whatever the season. The Zadie collection is handmade using a coiling technique, the rolls of clay are layered onto each other then smoothed into shape. The pattern is etched by hand.
- Product SKU
- Dimensions (h x w x d)
- 16.5 x 13.5 x 13.5cm
- Country of origin
- Suitable for outdoor use
- Drainage holes
To care for your planter, this product is frost proof so can be kept outside year round. We recommend cleaning a minimum of twice yearly using warm soapy water to prevent a build up of dust, dirt or mold. Please do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners.
Delivery & return options
- Free Standard Delivery on orders over £100 (Excluding Delivery)
- Standard Delivery 3 - 5 working days (Under £100) - £4.95
- Orders under £15 (Excluding Delivery) Standard Delivery - £7.55
- Next Business Day Delivery on orders placed before 1pm on Monday - Thursday - £7.95
We work with couriers Yodel and DPD for standard delivery items.
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Ethical. Eco-Friendly. Handmade.
Our ceramics are handmade from a selection of raw materials including terracotta and stoneware, brought to life by skilled artisans in Vietnam and China, using a wealth of techniques that are thousands of years old.Discover more