This handmade white planter is a part of our Hakeme Collection. This collection is inspired by traditional Japanese techniques, bringing the beauty of the past into a modern kitchen. Neutral colors and simple shapes create a clean design, while the unique brushwork creates visual appeal. Together, they create a subtle Japandi style in your home.
Just the right size for most smaller plants, we offer two sizes to find the perfect pot for your desk or shelf. Suitable for both outdoor and indoor use, we recommend bringing them in when temperatures get below freezing. They come packaged in individual boxes, making them easy to gift. They're perfect for a housewarming gift or birthday present!
Not only are they stylish, they're also celebrating ceramic history! Hakeme means "brush stroke" in Japanese, but the technique was used by both Japanese and Korean potters. By taking a dark clay and painting pricy porcelain clay on top, they created an affordable style for the time. The combined clays create a more interesting look than just using porcelain alone. The white and dark contrast beautifully, and the brush stokes make every piece unique.
Our full collection offers a complete table setting, allowing you to pick and choose the right pieces for your needs. Each piece is 100% handmade! From the clay to the glaze, everything in our studio is made from scratch. They may vary a little in size and surface, but those variations are what make them unique. We believe in the wabi philosophy that sometimes perfection is overrated, so those little variations from piece to piece are what give your home personality.
Is our inventory running low and you're looking for a different quantity than what's listed? Let us know! We can make any quantity.
Product Specifications: Sold individually. Material: Stoneware and Porcelain. Glaze: Clear Satin Use: Microwave Safe, Dishwasher Safe, Food Safe