Saturn Ceramic Pot - Matte Squat
This product is sold out
The Saturn is a cosmic delight with overlapping layers of glaze like the rings of Saturn and brown flecks like the surrounding asteroid feild. Handmade by master ceramicist, Mark Gambino. This super interesting planter looks fantastic with a vividly coloured plant!
The Saturn has no drainage hole so u can be sure that your furniture will stay safe. Better not to plant straight into this one - don't worry though, any plant you choose to go with this beauty will come in a plastic pot that fits perfectly in the Saturn.
Pot dimensions: 18cm wide x 15cm tall
A bit about the ceramicist
This piece was made by master potter Mark Gambino. Mark was introduced to pottery in primary school at the age of 10. He loved the feel of clay and being able to create from the earth. After a short session at school he begged his parents to enrol him in a pottery school. Mark now has over 40 years experience and has made pottery for David Jones and Country Road.
In 2017 Mark opened his own studio where he teaches and thankfully continues to make pottery. He's still passionate about his craft, always trying to better his work. In recent years making his own glazes and experimenting with new colours and effects has become a bit of an obsession for Mark.
How will I receive my new pot
If you purchase the pot alone it will be delivered securely in recycled cardboard packaging. If you purchase a plant to go with this pot we will package them together in our unique 100% recyclable packaging system designed to support a fully potted plant and its new ceramic home.
When you buy from us
When you purchase a ceramic piece from us you should feel awesome, because you are awesome! Why are you awesome?
You are buying a quality product and you are supporting a small Australian business. But most importantly you are purchasing sustainably - our products are delivered in fully recyclable packaging via a carbon neutral postal service and $1 from every item you purchase goes to protecting and regenerating the Daintree Rainforest.
So thanks for being awesome!