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A cube planter with a rough texture. The planter is an earthy brown, with black glazed stripes on the sides.
A cube planter in a glazed blue-green color. The bottom 1/8th of the planter is unglazed and retains its natural clay coloring.
A cube planter in a glazed light blue color. The bottom 1/4th of the planter is unglazed and retains its natural grey clay color.
A cube planter which is a navy blue which drips down into a nearly-black blue. The bottom 1/8th of the planter is unglazed, retaining its natural grey clay color.
A cube planter with a natural beige color, with small black speckles. The color also varies and veers toward a deep buttery yellow. The bottom 1/8th of the planter is unglazed, retaining its natural grey clay color.
A clay planter with a rough texture. The color is a deep, nearly-black brown, with creamy stripes throughout.
A cube planter with a deep blue glaze. The bottom 1/4th is unglazed.
A cube planter with a light blue-grey glaze. The bottom 1/8th is unglazed.
A cube planter with a light, nearly-white mint-colored glaze. The bottom 1/8th is unglazed.
A cube planter with a rainbow drip glaze. The top of the planter is a red-violet, which ombres down to a light green. The base color, which can only be seen toward the bottom of the planter, is black.
A cube planter with a predominantly blue glaze with lavender undertones.
A cube planter with predominantly light blue coloring, with deep red showing through occasionally.
A cube planter with a rough, thick texture. It is a natural beige color, with what looks like white soap bubbles or seafoam, giving it its lava rock look.
A cube planter with a light blue glaze, with occasional dark blue speckles.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a rough texture. The planter is an earthy brown, with black glazed stripes on the sides.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter in a glazed blue-green color. The bottom 1/8th of the planter is unglazed and retains its natural clay coloring.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter in a glazed light blue color. The bottom 1/4th of the planter is unglazed and retains its natural grey clay color.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter which is a navy blue which drips down into a nearly-black blue. The bottom 1/8th of the planter is unglazed, retaining its natural grey clay color.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a natural beige color, with small black speckles. The color also varies and veers toward a deep buttery yellow. The bottom 1/8th of the planter is unglazed, retaining its natural grey clay color.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A clay planter with a rough texture. The color is a deep, nearly-black brown, with creamy stripes throughout.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a deep blue glaze. The bottom 1/4th is unglazed.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a light blue-grey glaze. The bottom 1/8th is unglazed.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a light, nearly-white mint-colored glaze. The bottom 1/8th is unglazed.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a rainbow drip glaze. The top of the planter is a red-violet, which ombres down to a light green. The base color, which can only be seen toward the bottom of the planter, is black.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a predominantly blue glaze with lavender undertones.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with predominantly light blue coloring, with deep red showing through occasionally.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a rough, thick texture. It is a natural beige color, with what looks like white soap bubbles or seafoam, giving it its lava rock look.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A cube planter with a light blue glaze, with occasional dark blue speckles.

The Arakawa Collection: Cube Planter, 2-inch
$ 22.00 - $ 22.00

Each planter is made and glazed by hand in the South Bay by Thomas and Kathy Arakawa. Photos represent our stock as closely as possible, but due to the handmade nature of this pottery, each piece will be completely unique and may vary slightly in dimensions and colors.

Dimensions: 2" L x 2" W x 2" H

Category
Handmade Planters
Tags
Handmade, Small (less than 3")

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