Narrow Wall Hanging Pocket Planter - Grey Architecture Print


Price includes UK p&p.
International shipping is available. See Delivery below.

Elevate your indoor spaces with these unique handcrafted wall hanging pocket planters. Perfect for hanging on any wall, these porcelain hanging wall pockets provide a stylish and functional solution to showcase your favourite flowers.

This narrow version of the wall hanging pocket collection are perfect for displaying 1 or 2 stems of foliage in from the garden or from a bunch of flowers. They're also great for displaying herbs, air plants or dried flowers in and are completely water tight.

Handmade in porcelain with embossed textures and transfer prints inspired by English Architectural styles and the intricate details and elements of buildings such as St Pancras Station and The Royal Opera House.

Pockets come strung up ready for you to hang straight onto your wall. Height 18cm, Width 5cm. Suitable to be hung with a small nail. Pockets hang at a length of approximately 26cm. 

Please note that these planters are all individually handmade so there may be slight differences to the one shown.


  • UK p&p is included, no additional charges at checkout.
  • Estimated UK delivery 3-5 days from despatch.
  • International shipping is available for this item.
  • A shipping charge of £7 for Europe and £16 for Rest of the World will be added at checkout.
  • Estimated international delivery 5 working days from despatch.

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