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Habitation Co. is committed to honoring the process of living in a particular place and the journey of discovering beautiful objects that reflect the unique styles and stories of artists around the world.  Every pretty item you purchase supports creative individuals, communities, and organizations on almost every continent.

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Glazed Ceramic Mini Hanger

ceramic air plant mini hanger // handmade in California // Habitation Co.
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ceramic air plant mini hanger // handmade in California // Habitation Co.
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ceramic air plant mini hanger // handmade in California // Habitation Co.
ceramic air plant mini hanger // handmade in California // Habitation Co.
habitation co_ceramic_handmade_fairtrade_homedecoril_570xN.999419605_8t41.jpg
ceramic air plant mini hanger // handmade in California // Habitation Co.
habitation co_ceramic_handmade_fairtrade_homedecoril_570xN.952875700_n3zh.jpg
ceramic air plant mini hanger // handmade in California // Habitation Co.

Glazed Ceramic Mini Hanger

16.50

These sweet ceramic hangers in two sweet pastel glazes are the perfect home for low-maintenance air plants or tiny succulents. Simply hang in your bathroom, kitchen, porch, office, and more for a tiny touch of nature.

Locally sourced clay, natural rope, and lead-free, non-toxic glazes are nice for the earth and everyone in it. 

Due to the handmade nature of this item, individual colors and details may vary slightly. Enjoy your one-of-a-kind item!

>> handmade

>> sustainable

>> locally made in San Clemente, California

approx. 3-4" wide, 12" rope

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About the process:

Jennifer Fontanella is a ceramicist and jewelry designer with a passion for modern simplicity, organic shapes, bold colors, and natural textures. After receiving her P.B. Certificate from SACI in Florence, Itality, Fontanella has spent the past seven years focusing on handbuilding, sculpture, and wheel throwing in her San Clemente, California studio.