The Debutante Planter: Hand-Sculpted Decorative Female Head Planter

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A planter is a container used to hold indoor plants for placement in the home. This beautifully decorated “Debutante” head-shaped flower planter has been hand-sculpted and will make an attractive, as well as functional, accessory for just about any interior setting. Planters come in a wide range of styles, sizes and shapes, but if you’re looking for a Victorian-era quality together with a delicate yet strong plant container, this classical female head planter will be the ideal choice.

When an indoor plant is placed within this decorative planter, the leaves will immediately become part of the sculpture themselves, in the form of hair. As one will see from the image above, any number of hairstyles can be achieved simply by adding different species of plants or flowers. The attractive polka-dot bow on the upper right highlights the femininity of the planter’s design and compliments the exquisite nature of the overall look. What’s more, an accompanying dish, for catching drainage water, is also incorporated into the general theme and is designed to look like the top of the lady’s Victorian-style dress.

Each planter is made individually by an artisan in the state of California. This means each planter is unique whilst still adhering to the general appearance and style as seen here. The planters are completely water safe and will last for a long time with proper care and attention. The placement of plants and flowers in the home will never be the same again with the addition of such a beautiful holder. Any room will be uplifted in both décor and mood with the charmingly beautiful woman with a red heart pendant and floral hair. Her presence will be felt whether the planter is placed on a dining room table, living room shelf, bedroom vanity, or kitchen windowsill.

You can buy it from here: Victorian Lovelies Head Planter – Debutante Version.

The planting cavity is approximately 5″ wide x 3″ deep.

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