• Mus Plant Pot Sand, Large

Mus Plant Pot Sand, Large

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  • £18.70

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This cute Mus Plant Pot is shaped like a mouse, Mus means mouse in Danish and the pot very much looks like a mouse with its pointy nose and the two handles as its ears.  The pot is not only great for potplants but would work equally good a  holder for toothbrushes and pencils etc.
The pot is glazed on the inside but has been left unglazed on the outside.

  • Material:                 Solid colour stoneware. 
  • Size:                        W: 18,5 x H: 12 x D: 10,5 cm
  • Colour:                    Sand
  • Care instructions:  Rinse in lukewarm water
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