Fluorite Kintsugi Planter
designed in Dormont, Pennsylvania
Our Fluorite Kintsugi Planters are handmade pieces that embody the principle of Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold. These planters feature a geode crack that is embedded with raw fluorite mineral from Brazil, and lined with gold lacquer.
These planters can house small plants, succulents, and cacti, and come in dark and light colors.
Note: We embrace the imperfections like pores and shading. Each planter will have its own unique marks & imperfections while maintaining a smooth finish. Our work embodies the Japanese theory of wabi-sabi , finding beauty in the imperfections. Please understand each design will come with its own unique design of imperfections while maintaining a sturdy and solid structure
Materials and Features
- Raw fluorite from Brazil
- Light or dark grey concrete color (dark cement has a distressed look with some white)
- Drainage hole at the bottom
- Each order is made-to-order. At this time, it will take 3-4 weeks until shipping.
Outside- 4.75” (w) x 4.75” (h)
Inside- 3.75” (w) x 4.25” (h)
Outside- 4.00” (w) x 4” (h)
Inside- 3" (w) x 4” (h)