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Cocoon Planter | Mustard
Buy Back Value: £17.50
Handmade in Spain
- Curator Notes
Dimensions: - 17 × 17 × 12 cm
Ingredients / Materials: - White ceramic | Mustard cotton rope | Natural leather tag | Mustard zigzag tie
Cocoon planters are used as cachepots. Each cocoon is a mix of ceramic and cotton rope stitched by a sewing machine. Both parts are joined together by a cotton thread. Completed by a designer logo embossed leather label.
- Additional Information
Dimensions 17 × 17 × 12 cm Origin Spain Composition Ceramic, Cotton, Leather Designer ATMA Ceramics Sustainability Values Better Supply Chains, Handmade, Natural Materials, Traditional Crafts
- Care Instruction
When used as a cachepot, there can be some soil left inside the ceramic base. If you need to remove it, use a wet rag and gently clean it. If the cotton rope part has a stain, the best way to clean it is with cool water, using a toothbrush and baking soda.
- End of Life
This product is part of The Restore Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Simply check the following form pre-populated for your convenience and send it to us. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with points that you can redeem on your future orders.
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After working closely with artists in Europe until 2007, Marie Martin combined her family's move to China to pursue her own calling: ceramic. Marie's journey started in a local studio among Chinese philosophical conversations and methodic learning. The craftsmanship she discovered on her travels around Asia, from textile to religious objects, were vital inspiration alongside the cultures themselves. Witnessing people make time for what matters most to them – celebrating deities, caring for elders – convinced Marie of the importance of the creation process, as much as the finished product. Marie's early days of Chinese-inspired ceramic making were built upon and enriched in San Francisco, where material exploration and self-expression prevailed. At the same time, Marie's family moves into a beautiful house, and she is asked to take care of the indoor plants that are part of it. She discovered a natural source of well being for her and the whole family, in addition to an excellent interior design. Atelier Martin's birth is the story of these strands coming together, forming in a decorative yet functional collection, an oasis for the overstimulated senses, a celebration of ethnic design fused with understated simplicity.
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