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Set of 3 POTSY Multipurpose Pots Umbra

Reference : 1013191-670
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Bring a Elegant Green Touch with Potsy Potsy'Umbra

These are three pots are more than just a decoration, they introduce a real infusion of greenery in your interior. Emphasize your plants with delicate feet that elevate them with elegance, without risk of scratching your surfaces. Pots, designed by Sung Wook Park for Umbra (reference 1013191-670) are also versatile.

Different inclination positions:

Potsy can be tilted in various directions, offering a dynamic look and highlighting your small plants in a striking way.

Metal support:

Each Potsy vase is solidly maintained by a geometrical metal support, easily removable according to your preferences.

Set of 3 vases:

These pots are as aesthetically grouped as individually placed. Ideals for succulent plants, cactus, aerial plants and even artificial plants, Potsy add a visual variety to your space.

Use them to present confectionery on a table or gather small objects on a desk. Pots can also be slightly inclined to create a subtle movement or allow a falling plant to bloom on one side of the pot.

Unique Table Vase by Sung Wook Park

Table vases Potsy, created by designer Sung Wook Park for Umbra, combine simplicity and modernity. Add a subtle touch of greenery to your environment with these rooms that stand out on the dining room table, coffee table, cooking islet or window edge.


Umbra, a world-renowned canadian company, offers original, modern, casual, functional and affordable decoration items to embellish all the rooms in your home.

Material: Ceramic and metal support


Height 14,61 cm, Diameter 10,49 cm


1.6 kg

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