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Handmade decorative flower pot will be an excellent decoration of your garden and / or summer cottage. This stylish garden figure is performed in a combination of styles: "Wood + Stone". Despite its size 660x540x420, the pot is ultra-light whose weight is only 5.5 kg
Our flowerpots differ from stone, clay and wood options not only in their beautiful and exclusive design, but also in their light weight, durability and resistance to weather conditions. They are made of a waterproof material- a polystone, which is not afraid of either 30 degree frost, nor 40 degree heat, as well as UV rays.
An interesting solution may be to create a whole garden composition in this style: a garden table, an armchair, a bench, a fountain, a washtand and other elements of landscape decor that are in this autor's collection of handmade.
You can take a look at them here: https://seemnemaailm.ee/en/garden-figures/wood-collection/
Size (L x W x H): 540x420x660mm
What is a "polystone"?
Polystone is a modern, high-tech and versatile material, which is made on the basis of acrylic resin with the addition of aluminum hydroxide and pigments.
Beauty, durability, environmental friendliness, ease of processing, makes polystone an ideal material for the manufacture of garden products. Figures created from a polystone are distinguished by their chic appearance and exclusive style. The ability to seamlessly connect elements will give the product the look of a single whole, add modernity and comfort.
Compared to natural stone, polystone is not a porous material. This property prevents the appearance of mold and fungi on products, which makes it an ideal material for use in Your garden. Also, it is very resistant to ultraviolet rays. With 200 hours of exposure to ultraviolet rays, under the conditions of a test for rapid artificial aging, no wrinkles or bubbles appear. And the process of natural aging is about 15 years.
You can read more about our figures here: https://seemnemaailm.ee/en/index.php?route=blog/blog&blogpath=2&blog_id=423