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Porcelain planters by 224porcelain

a miniature house-shaped flower vase for your small saplings

“hanabunko” – because every bookshelf needs vegetation

“sasso” begins as a candle but is intended to be used as a planter once the candle burns down. It even comes with moss.

I’m slightly in love with these porcelain planters by 224porcelain, a Saga prefecture-based porcelain brand. I think my favorite is the planter disguised as a book. It even comes with its own book cover!

If you’ll recall, the porcelain brand was also behind the production of these pepper shakers.

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2 comments

1 Monica { 05.20.12 at 1:28 pm }

I’m already in love with them too!

2 Plant Stands { 05.27.12 at 4:32 pm }

I love the simplicity of these…and the book one is an unexpected idea.