Pebble Ceramic Ikebana Kenzan Container


Colors: Orange
Admittedly, there is no reason why we called this pebble. We easily have called it Womble, or Logan Royface. It’s a flower vase and succulent pot. But we think it works best as a floral frog / kenzen/ ikebanna thingy. It’s a simple, practical idea. Cut a few flowers short, stick them on the kenzen and drop it in the pebble vase. Because the stems are short and the water moves up the stem quicker, the flowers last longer. It’s super smart and super cool. Even if we say so ourselves.
Product Detail
  • Year Designed: 2010
  • Material: Ceramic
  • 4 inches in diameter, 2.5 inches tall

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
London Black
One piece came broken, which is how I learned the return window is just 48 hours

Most of the pieces I received were fine, but one item (a glazed ceramic plant pot that was supposed to be watertight) had the glaze somehow separated and cracked on the inside, so of course it looked fine when I unpacked it, but when I tried to use it to hold some water propagations, water leaked out everywhere. I’m not sure how I’m supposed to use this item now, but I know I can’t return it as you apparently need to let them know about any issues within 48 hours of receipt.