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A high-luster monochrome black hexagonal planter pot suited for modern or minimalist interior design. Comes with a hole pre-drilled into the bottom for watering live plants. Can also be used for dry or dry flower arrangements and plants or a small silk tree. Imported high temperature fired, top quality porcelain ceramic. Pre-drilled hole for draining. Browse our matching vases, jars, umbrella stands, fishbowls, and garden stools.
Opening Diameter: 11" Bottom Diameter: 9"
NOTE: This fishbowl was photographed with the stand shown for display; stands sold separately. For this size fishbowl, choose the 9.5" size Rosewood fishbowl stand (as pictured), also available in Honey . Japanese style Zen black monochrome ...
This is a unique, elegantly designed
fishbowl stand, hand crafted from solid, kiln dried Rosewood. The antiqued black lacquer accents the fine workmanship of the stand, as well as the fine Chinese; Japanese porcelain planters, fishbowls, and jardiniegrave;res it‘s designed to display. Beautiful ...
Rose Medallion style hexagonal ceramic flower
pot. Crafted from durable high temperature fired Chinese porcelain. Colorful artwork features a courtyard scene, panels of lotus blossoms and birds, and a pattern of fruit, flowers, and oriental objects all appliquéd and fired onto the porcelain ...