Cécile Daladier raku planter

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Cécile Daladier raku planter

170.00

Raku planter by Cécile Daladier. Box shape sits on three feet and is open on top for planting mosses or spreading succulents with shallow root systems, or for holding your smaller items.  Note: bottom of planters are not glazed for water drainage. 

Approx. 2.5" tall by 4.25" deep by 5" wide

Cécile Daladier’s artistic work focuses on nature, plants and water. It includes paintings, sculptures, land art installations, and gardens. She creates a wide range of ceramic vessels for plants and flowers.

Her clay vessels are unique pieces, hand formed, wood-fired in her home-made kiln, smoked with fallen leaves and dry grass gathered around her studio located in the Drôme, southern France.

If a vessel is placed on a water sensitive or fragile surface, an intermediate protection should be used between the piece and the surface on which it is placed. Glazed and fired, the character of earthenware ceramic remains fairly porous, especially when used on a regular basis. For the vessels and accompanying plants, it is best to change the water regularly. Occasionally wash the vessel with a sponge and dish soap, and give the piece time to dry.

For more information, please e-mail flowers@cornellflorist.com

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