Ikebana Vintage Japanese Ceramic Pots (Sold individually)
Each item is sold separately! See separate listing for the cast iron floral Japanese candlestick holder.
Ikebana is a traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement. The term "Ikebana" is derived from the Japanese words "ikeru" (生ける), which means "to arrange," and "hana" (花), which means "flowers." Ikebana emphasizes the beauty of simplicity and asymmetry, as well as the use of empty space as an essential element of the composition. Ikebana has a long history and is considered a deeply meditative practice that reflects the natural world and the changing seasons. It is often practiced as a way of connecting with nature, cultivating mindfulness, and promoting a sense of peace and harmony.
Information on the White Ceramic Japanese Plant Pot Holder:
In beautiful vintage condition this plant pot holder has no chips or cracks. Has a beautiful inward flowing scallop that adds a 3D design and immense texture given the neutral minimal nature of this white glaze pot. Has the makers sticker on the bottom and was made in Japan. Perfect for holding small low plant pots and mixing and matching with anything in your home.
Measures - 7" D X 4.75" H
Information on the Square Pedestal Black Ceramic Ikebana Dish:
This piece is very hefty in weight and has a makers stamp on the bottom. It has a beautiful organic raw ceramic design with a black glaze finish. Has a slight chip to the rim that doesn't take away from its beauty or compromise the pieces integrity. The perfect piece for holding odds and ends or a small potted plant.
Measures - 5 5/8" L X 5 5/8" W X 4 5/8" H