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It would probably be a good idea for me to start out by saying that this item is a collectible dollhouse miniature, not a full-size item!

Here we have a beautiful pure white fired clay garden bowl made by Braxton Payne, who is quite well known for his fine scale miniature garden pottery. I've filled the bowl with three sedum plants, each rosette of which was carefully constructed of individually hand-painted petals and then planted in 'sand'. (If you turned the bowl upside down, nothing would spill out since everything has been carefully glued into the bowl.) I then landscaped the bowl with tiny 'rocks' for a very Zen feel. The bowl is signed and dated on the bottom.

I've photographed the bowl with a full-sized hammer to demonstrate scale. This is a 1/12th scale miniature (one inch equals one foot). I promise not to smash the bowl with the hammer. :)

The bowl measures slightly under 1-1/4 inch, or about 35mm, in diameter and approximately 9mm tall. Would look wonderful in a Japanese or Southwestern miniatures setting, or just casually made part of a dollhouse garden or landscape. No dollhouse? Well, isn't it time? Or how about gluing it into the back of a printer's tray on its side so all the detail can be seen and enjoyed?

This is an ADULT collectible, not a child's toy. Absolutely not recommended for children under the age of 3 as it might present a choking hazard.

Miniature Dollhouse Sedum Rock Garden Bowl

US$65.00
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: stoneware, paper, rocks, crushed stone, acrylic paints
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Favorited by: 68 people