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Beacon Mercantile

Tellefsen Atelier // Hanging Planter

$56.00

Beacon Mercantile

Tellefsen Atelier // Hanging Planter

$56.00

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I first met insanely talented (and super kind) local maker Alexis Tellefsen at a popup event for Hudson River Exchange and I'm a HUGE fan of her work. Her clean, organic lines and non-fussy approach creates pieces that are truly modern staples that work in any space and that you'll reach for time and time again.

About the piece

This is the rad handmade hanging planter of your dreams in Tellefsen's signature speckle finish with hand knotted cotton cord and a nifty wooden ring for hanging. One of her more rare and hard to find pieces that's a super chic way to up your home decor game and display a green friend that you love.

Measures: 7" H x 5-1/2‚ÄĚ in diameter

Total length: 22-1/2‚ÄĚ

 

This item is hand made on the wheel so please expect slight variations in size, shape and surface pattern. Made using food safe clay and glazes.

Made by hand in Middletown, NY by Tellefsen Atelier

About Tellefsen Atelier

Tellefsen Atelier is a collection of small batch, wheel-thrown ceramics made by Alexis Tellefsen in Middletown NY. Her focus is on creating clean, simple everyday objects that combine her love for soft neutral colors, the natural texture of clay, and graphic lines and shapes.