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Elizabeth Benotti works with porcelain, interchanging slipcasting, handbuilding and wheelthrowing techniques. Her drawings are all inlaid into the clay using a traditional mishima process; the decorative colors are hand painted. Elizabeth lives in Eliot, Maine and create her wares in her Rollinsford, New Hampshire studio.
The square medium planter is a sweet little addition to anyone's home. It's great for succulents or any small plant . . . but it also works great in the kitchen for salt or garnishes because it doesn't have drainage holes.
Each planter is cast from a home made plaster mold with the herringbone patterned carved out and inlaid with black underglaze or hand painted.
Approximate size of planter:
2 3/4" length x 2 3/4" width x 2 3/4" height (fits a standard 2" plastic pot)