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Gilded Dip-Dyed Terra Cotta Planters

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Gilded Dip-Dyed Terra Cotta Planters

Julie Carlson December 19, 2012

Spotted at Emily Joubert, a garden shop in the verdant Northern California town of Woodside: rustic terra cotta planters with haphazard gilded rims.

Above: The small gilded pot (5 and a half inches tall) is $16.50 and the large gilded pot (7 inches tall) is $30; for more information, see Emily Joubert.

Above: The Ladies of Foret devised an excellent DIY on making your own gilded flower pot; go to Design Sponge for a step-by-step guide.

N.B.: For more gilded pots, see “Glamorous Gold and Silver Leaf Planters.”

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