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Rustic Minimalist Recycled Metal Succulent Planter Made in USA

Regular price $31.00 USD
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Handsome minimalist succulent planters for the office or home, made from re-purposed metal sprinkler tubes that were heavily weathered.

We cut it down, and smooth away all sharp edges. Pitting, gray corrosion and minor dents and a few scratches are present, so each piece will bear its own unique marks.  The bottom consists of a fairly perfect cedar wood (moisture resistant) circle securely glued in place with waterproof glue, and the joint is sealed with aquarium caulk.

3” W x 2 7/8” H including rubber bumpers screwed in place.

Plant with a 2” potted succulent. Remove from pot and add to the planter with fine gravel. Add decorative gravel or sand to the top if desired, and lightly water.

Please see the last image and let us know your choice of "gray", "bright", or "bronze". 

Materials

We use reclaimed materials to make these in small batches. Each is unique, so may vary a little bit from the pictures.

Shipping

We ship in recycled and recyclable packaging within three days, often much sooner. Sending a gift? We can include a hand-written note with your message to your gift recipient.

Returns

Super easy! You give artisan-made goods a try, we guarantee your satisfaction with a full refund, minus shipping cost. Our average return shipping cost is about $7.00.

Custom Orders

Need something custom-made? Write us with your ideas, drawings, or measurements.

  • Free USA shipping!

    USA orders shipping is free, and international order shipping discounted.

  • We back our work.

    Not satisfied for any reason, we will take your item back and issue full refund minus return shipping costs. Just write us within 30 days of receipt and we'll take care of the rest!

  • Custom Orders

    We can build orders based on current work with your custom measurements, or build things from scratch! Give us a holler, let's see what we can build!