Boston Round Boxwood Topiary, White Boston Round Boxwood Topiary, White

SKU#:
BST-700-109
Limited Availability Next Arrival in Early January

Finally, a beautiful plant that you don’t have to remember to water. The Boston Round Boxwood Topiary is an everlasting floral accent, rendered in Blanc de Chine porcelain and brought to life in stunning detail by our meticulous artisans. Each delicate leaf is crafted by hand before coming together to form a wonderfully realistic arrangement, made elegantly minimal by its all-white finish. The leaves of the topiary boast a textured matte finish, distinguishing the form of the plant from its glossy built-in pot. Place on any shelf or surface calling for a bit of romanticism à la the grand French gardens of the past.

  • 7.5dia x 8h
  • Blanc de Chine Porcelain
  • Matte Finish on Leaves
  • Gloss Finish on Base

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