Tiny Handmade Ceramic Animal Planters by Cumbuca Chic – Design You Trust

Tiny Handmade Ceramic Animal Planters by Cumbuca Chic


If you’ve been on the hunt for the perfect ceramic capybara planter, look no further. Ceramicist Priscilla Ramos from São Paulo, Brazil, has a fantastic line of animal planters in the form of foxes, whales, anteaters, and yes, even the world’s largest rodent. She’s even working on a sloth! The handmade stoneware pieces are perfect for small succulents or cacti.


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