Jellyfish Air Planter
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Jellyfish Air Planter

Glassblowers Berton and Christy Atherton Schrack make these cute sea creatures with air plant "tentacles."

$68.00

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Absolutely LOVE it!

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We seriously love everything about this. The blown glass is beautiful and the plant fits perfectly. Really love how it's not massed produced, each jellyfish is custom to your new airplant and the instructions are very simple.

Fort Walton Beach Fl

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