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Elias

Our Elias planters are handmade of durable stoneware in Minneapolis, Minnesota, by ceramicist Francis Pineda-Fischer of Sandwich Ceramic. The curvy organic lines and dipped glaze effect highlight his artistry and the uniqueness of each piece. Each planter has a glazed interior and can be used indoors or out, but we recommend bringing it indoors if temperatures drop below freezing.

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Details

  • Overall: 4" diameter 3.75”h
  • Capacity: 20 ounces
  • Construction: hand-made
  • Considerations: no drainage opening
  • Care: wipe with damp cloth, dry immediately
  • Product Origin: made in Minnesota
  • Material Origin: United States
  • Item Number: 434625

Materials

    • Material: stoneware
    • Color: slate
    • Finish: glaze

Artisan Crafted by Sandwich Ceramic

Sandwich Ceramic is a one-man operation by Francis Pineda-Fischer, a ceramic artist and instructor. He thoughtfully hand crafts ceramics one at a time in his Northeast Minneapolis studio from local clay and his own glazes, recycling every bit of clay he doesn’t use.