Pankha, black and white pot/hanging pot
Looking for a fresh way of showcasing your favourite plants and flowers?
This beautiful contemporary planter pot has been handmade by our artisan partners in Jaipur, India. It showcases the centuries-old art and craft form of Blue Pottery in a contemporary fan pattern.
The planter pot comes with 3 predrilled holes and it can be used as a standing pot or as a hanging one.
15 cm (L) x 16 cm (Diameter)
Originally a Turko-Persian art form, the art of making blue glaze pottery is believed to have come to Jaipur, Rajasthan via Kashmir.
Blue Pottery gets its name from the startling cobalt blue Persian dye use to colour the ceramics. It is, in fact, the only form of pottery that isn’t made of clay and is created from an Egyptian paste made by combining powdered glass, quartz stone powder, Multani Mitti (Fuller’s Earth), gum, borax and water, contributing to the fragile nature of this art and craft form. Read more>