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Small Conpot Planter

£20.00

POTCP001

Conpot Small Concrete Planter

Each planter is formed in Conpot's small Peckham studio using carefully sourced aggregates and the highest quality Portland cement. The planters undergo a four stage polishing process, which reveals the aggregate within, before being finished with a waterproof seal which lasts 10 years.

Each planter is made to order, resulting in distinct variations within each batch. Please note that as each pot is a one off exact height dimensions may vary.

Dimensions - H 9cm x W 8.5cm (inside width 6.5cm)

Available in 6 colourways:

Classic Grey – Limestone, sourced in Derbyshire, set in grey Portland cement. The pastel grey planters are polished to reveal multi tonal grey flecks.  

Black Basalt – Made from Black Basalt sourced in Shropshire; the planters feature an inky black stone set in pigmented Portland cement. We offer two different finishes for this colourway - matte or satin gloss. These planters are finished with beeswax which highlights the black basalt flecks and gives the surface a slight sheen.  

White Marble – White marble sourced from Spain is set in white portland cement. The polished surface reveals delicate translucent white flecks. 

White Marble with Coloured Flecks – This colourway features a complex mix of materials including: white marble, Scottish red granite, black basalt, limestone and kiln-dried flint set in a white Portland cement. The result is a white material dappled with multi coloured flecks. 

Green Granite - Made using Welsh green granite, sourced from a quarry near the Brecon Beacons National Park. The polished surface reveals a rich green stone set in pigmented Portland cement. These planters are finished with beeswax which highlights the multi tonal green flecks and gives the surface a slight sheen.  

Red Granite - Made using Scottish red granite, this colourway is our personal take on a traditional terracotta planter. These planters are polished to reveal tonal flecks of red granite in pigmented Portland cement. Finished with beeswax, the surface of these planters has a subtle sheen.