Reed Diffuser Pot - Architecture Design


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

Add a touch of elegance to any room with these handcrafted reed diffuser pots designed to hold up to 180ml so you can enjoy the aroma of your favourite diffuser scents. There are 3 different designs to choose from to find the perfect diffuser pot to compliment your home décor.

Handmade in porcelain with applied surface transfer print design, inspired by English Architectural styles and the intricate details and features of buildings such as St Pancras Station and The Royal Opera House.

The pot is empty for you to put your own diffuser scent in and comes with 6 grey fibre reeds. Once the scent has run out the inside of the pot can be rinsed with water ready to put your next scent in.

Each one is 7cm high x 7.5cm wide. The width of top for reeds: 2.5cm, can fit 6 - 12 reeds in.

Please note there may be a slight variation in the colour shown due to different firings and print runs.

All of my products are handmade with love from my studio at Middleport Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent.


  • 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-£16 will be added at checkout depending on location.
  • Estimated international delivery approximately 5 days.

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