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Sip Plant Pot

Sip is a two-part self-watering planter designed by Ann Kristin Einarsen which plays with the shape of the classic terracotta form. Minimally constructed and smartly designed, a nylon wick works as an extension of the plant roots and draws water from the reservoir, enabling the plant to draw up just the water it needs. A cleverly shaped glazed tray holds water and allows for easy watering.

The Sip Plant Pot makes it easy to keep plants fresh without spending too much time looking after them.

Key Features

  • Self watering
  • Glazed tray allows for easy watering
  • Made in Europe

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Material & Contents

  • Terrastone pot and base
  • Nylon wick
  • No assembly required

Dimensions

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Height 150 mm5.9″
Diameter125 mm4.9″

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We hope you are delighted with your purchase from Case Furniture. However, if you would like to return any items or your purchase is unsuitable (certain restrictions apply), we are happy to provide a refund or exchange assuming that the goods are still in their original packaging and in a fully resaleable condition.

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All goods returned must be in a perfect and saleable condition with original product packaging and instructions where appropriate. If the goods do not reach us in a perfect and saleable condition, and in their original packaging, then your right to a full refund may be affected. If returning by post, the parcel and its contents are your responsibility until they are received by us. The cost of returning the goods is at your expense. This does not affect your statutory rights.

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Wood appearance

We supply high-quality furniture grade wood. This may vary for grain, colour, knots and other markings. We do our best to select and match as appropriate but we cannot accept returns on the basis of natural variations. Any special requirements for colour, matching, etc. must be provided in writing.

Wood warpage, shrinkage, and dimensional changes

Wood is an active material, in that it is known to have dimensional changes depending upon moisture, temperature, humidity etc.

We purchase and supply furniture grade 1 wood which has been dried to correct moisture content but sometimes warpage, shrinkage etc, can still occur, especially when the furniture is shipped to drier climates from where it was made. We will accept returns if the timber was not appropriately dried but we cannot accept returns that stem from climactic differences. Should movement occur in the wood addressing issues of temperature and moisture usually resolves the issue.

Ann Kristin Einarsen

Ann Kristin Einarsen

The view from Ann Kristin Einarsen’s childhood home in Narvik, northern Norway, sparked a lifelong fascination with natural materials. After training in woodcarving, boatbuilding and other woodwork, she found that her passion for handicrafts was fulfilled in ceramics, and undertook an MA in ceramic art at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Today, she is based in Oslo, where she enjoys exploring the potential of stoneware and other ceramic materials to create sculpture, installations, wall-pieces and functional objects.

"I’m a ceramic artist, just venturing into the world of design. I’m from the north of Norway, but live and work in Oslo." says Einarsen. Here ideas come "from life, from living, learning, seeing, experiencing, touching, making, dreaming and failing; and they develop and change through testing, problem-solving, discussion, experimenting, experience and failing, again."

Einarsen loves mixing and matching materials, colours and finishes and this is evident in her ceramic work. Her pieces are often slip-cast in a plaster mould, using different low-fired clays, including terracotta. She mixes different clays when they are liquid, to make different colours, and trying to find the perfect earth-tone palette.

When asked by journalist Katie Treggiden what her advice would you give to an aspiring craftsperson, she replied "Just DO it! This happens to be the advice Sol Lewitt gives in his letter to Eva Hesse. I read it from time to time and my favourite part is: "...but mainly relax and let everything go to hell – you are not responsible for the world – you are only responsible for your work – so DO IT.""

You can read more of this interview at confessionsofadesigngeek.com

Read more about Ann Kristin Einarsen

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