fine bone china plant pot by Katrina Russell Adams
fine bone china plant pot by Katrina Russell Adams
fine bone china plant pot by Katrina Russell Adams
Katrina Russell-Adams

Venus & the Cat Fine Bone China Plant Pot - 'Tools of the Trade' by Katrina Russell Adams | Limited Edition

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Introducing our exquisite Venus & the Cat Fine Bone China Plant Pot, featuring the captivating design 'Tools of the Trade' by acclaimed British abstract artist, Katrina Russell Adams. Celebrating the artistry behind crafting fine bone china homeware, this limited edition pot is a testament to elegance and sophistication.

Crafted from English fine bone china, each pot is adorned with Katrina Russell Adams' intricate design, meticulously silkscreened onto the surface. Designed and handcrafted in the UK's Potteries using century-old techniques, it takes over twenty skilled artisans to create each pot, ensuring unparalleled quality and craftsmanship.

Standing at 6.1 inches high, this pot is more than just a stylish centerpiece – it's a conversation starter. With the prestigious Duchess China backstamp and delivered with a signed and numbered authenticity card by the artist, each piece is entirely unique and exclusive to Venus & the Cat.

Elevate your space with the elegance and beauty of our Fine Bone China Plant Pot. Add a touch of sophistication to any room and let your decor become a talking point with this exquisite creation from Venus & the Cat.


Who is Katrina Russell-Adams?
Katrina Russell-Adams is a renowned London-based abstract artist. Her bold work has flourished across both the streets and galleries of London, commanding both private and public exhibitions and commissions of her dynamic prints, murals, installations and sculpture from the likes of Adidas and Urban Outfitters.

What is a Limited Edition?
A Limited Edition run refers to the restricted amount that are produced. Only 50 Katrina Russell-Adams pots were made, making them rare and highly valuable. They will never be reproduced.

Does the vase carry a backstamp?
Yes, on the base of the pot there is a backstamp. It is a stamp of the pottery that produced the ware (Duchess China 1888 in Longton, Stoke on Trent), as well as the Venus & the cat logo and the unique edition number of the pot (i.e. 20/50).