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gardener's compost container

by Paul Brothe $85.00 SALE - $59.99
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From your windowsill's herb garden to the front yard's flower patch, let your whole household enjoy the benefits of being eco-friendly. Designed by Paul Brothe to be as functional as it is attractive, this composter turns your vegetable trimmings and food scraps into nutrient-rich soil without any odor, thanks to a two-part charcoal filter. The canister allows for a 6-liter bio bag for easy removal and cleaning, while a spade-shaped handle celebrates our connection with gardening and giving back to the earth. Single use bio bag can be draped over the rim, fully concealed inside container, or scraps can be placed directly into the container without use of bag. One bio bag and two piece charcoal filter set included. Made in Jersey City, New Jersey.



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Handmade
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Item ID
24826
Made from
earthenware
Measurements
10" H, 8" dia.; 1.5 gal. capacity
Notes
Dishwasher safe. Hand wash recommended for longer life.
  • the maker

Paul Brothe

Paul began his love of ceramics at the early age of 13, when he began working part time in a local ceramic shop. His career deviated from ceramics and led him to become an international business executive with technology companies. While working abroad, Paul used his free time to visit the best factories, collections and museums in the world. His longtime interest in ceramics led him to return to ceramics as a second career. As a designer, Paul Brothe is inspired by traditional pottery techniques. Throughout history ceramic designs have incorporated artistic interpretations of basic elements, such as wood and metal. Tromp l’oeil effects were often used to great result in the development of majolica wares in the United States during the 19th century. Making the practical extraordinary is the challenge of all designers and Paul credits his research of world ceramics with providing the spark to create unique pieces. collection

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