• Anne Black Grow Wall Hanging Flowerpot,  Small Jade

Anne Black Grow Wall Hanging Flowerpot, Small Jade

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The Grow Wall Hanging Flowerpot is a contemporary  Danish hand thrown porcelain flowerpot, with a leather string. You can hang it on the wall or simply remove the string and use it as a regular flowerpot too.

Anne Black's design offer you design that delights and brings everyday happiness. 

  • Materials:  Porcelain and leather
  • Size:           9 X 8 cm 
  • Colour:       Jade
  • Design:       Anne Black, Copenhagen

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