Description from The Sill
Oh, the Jean Gerard. So sleek! Every angle offers a new and intriguing view, the white stoneware triangles hand built into an undeniable eye-catcher. Jean Gerard elegantly displays the pale, blue-green leaves of the Ghost Plant succulent.
With this geometric gem, artist Eric Bonnin pays homage to the patriarch of modern sculpture, Constantin Brancusi, while simultaneously making grown-ups swoon. No matter one’s style – minimal to bohemian – the Jean Gerard fits. Clean, yet organic lines of the planter balance the floral-like foliage of the Ghost Plant, petals climbing the stems to end in rosettes. Though the Jean Gerard as a whole certainly demands attention, the Ghost Plant itself requires little, as its anatomy naturally stores water, allowing for infrequent care.
- Ghost (Graptopetalum paraguayense)
- Bright light
- Water infrequently
- Handmade Manhattan, NY
- White stoneware; drainage
- 5″w x 8″d x 9″h with plant