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Half-and-Half Planter, Medium

Martina Thornhill

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Half-and-Half Planter, Medium
Half-and-Half Planter, Medium
Half-and-Half Planter, Medium
Half-and-Half Planter, Medium
Half-and-Half Planter, Medium

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Product Information

Process:

Slab-built.

Made of:

ceramic

Color/finish:

white/tan/black

Care:

Hand-wash.

Dimensions:

4''L x 4''W x 4.5''H

Why We Love This

Stoneware planter with waxed triangle design and drainage hole.

Why We Love This

Stoneware planter with waxed triangle design and drainage hole.

About Martina Thornhill

Martina creates slab-built functional vessels from her home studio, taking inspiration from nature, flea market treasures, primitive folk crafts, abstract art and cross-country travels. Drawing on a background in fiber arts, she treats clay like fabric, developing patterns, fusing seams, and creating drape and flow. “These methods,” she says, “allow me to create production pieces that still maintain a sense of individuality and personality.”