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Bone Bubble Planter

₹799.00 Ex Tax: ₹799.00

An allover pattern adds texture to the garden with this bubble-shaped textured, ceramic planter. Made in Ceramic.Made in India.Drainage hole included...


Cube Textured Planter

₹299.00 Ex Tax: ₹299.00

Feel close to nature right at your living room with this planter. It has been made of a superior quality material that makes it easy to maintain. Besides, its striking design will blend with various interior settings to add a natural element to liven..


Petite Coil Planter

₹2,200.00 Ex Tax: ₹2,200.00

This coil Planter is inspired from garden snail adds a unique pop element to gardens..


Tortoise Planter

₹1,400.00 Ex Tax: ₹1,400.00

Wonderland presents Smart Tortoise in Stone finish with beautiful floral and butterfly design on it with a pot / planter on the back. This smart Tortoise is a must have and will add vibrancy and glamor to your home ! Tortoise is also believed to brin..


Bubble Planter

₹899.00 Ex Tax: ₹899.00

This planter is perfect for that cute plant need a pot for…we’ve all been there. Available in 3 new colors Teal, Terra Cotta, and Pink. Dimensions: 5.5” x 2.5”Please Note: This is a hand made item, colors may vary slightly. All items are made to..


Ceramic Black Pot

₹300.00 Ex Tax: ₹300.00

Product description Also, small size, light weight makes these plant pots wonderfully convenient to move from one space to another. These plant pots are made from high grade ceramic, giving it a tuff and solid body,..


Ceramic Emoji Pots

₹200.00 Ex Tax: ₹200.00

Looking for a fun idea for DIY flower pots? Grab some yellow paint and a paint marker and make emoji flower pots. Have fun making all kinds of emoji faces...


ceramic pots

₹450.00 Ex Tax: ₹450.00

Buy online Ceramic Pots for Flower Plant online at affordable price.Blue Stone Ceramics - offering Ceramic Corporate Gift Planter For Interior Decor..


Ceramic Rosie Planter

₹550.00 Ex Tax: ₹550.00

According to historians, Ceramic Plant Pot production appeared in Binh Duong in the 18th century and really started developing when some Chinese potters came to Binh Duong on trading ships. When they saw the high quality of the local clay, the large ..

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