Editor Planter Bookend

From literary classics or contemporary cookbooks, the Stak Ceramics Editor Planter Bookend is designed with the collector in mind.  Bring life and styling function to bookshelves at home or in the office; grow herbs and store utensils with style in the kitchen.  The specially designed planter bookend incorporates a riser that eliminates the need for a saucer by providing space for water to drain from a standard 5” planter insert.

Stak Ceramics uses are variety of ceramic processes to create its products. Often using wheel throwing, mold making, and slip casting, all of Stak’s products are designed and handcrafted in Pittsburgh, PA. With the care and consideration taken to prototype and test new designs, Stak Ceramics offers high quality, handcrafted goods with a contemporary aesthetic – made to be used and enjoyed every day.

Available individually or as a pair, each Editor Bookend is made from a white earthenware clay body and is finished with a satin matte glaze. Glaze options include Flax Yellow, Atlantic Blue, Muslin White, Mineral Grey, Gulf Blue, and Cayenne Red.

To order Editor Bookends, shop with Stak Ceramics online. For more information, including wholesale and custom design inquiries, please contact this producer using the buttons below.

About the Producer

Stak Ceramics

Stak Ceramics designs and creates functional and unique ceramic housewares. Established in 2013, Stak Ceramics is a union of founders Myles Geyman and Heather Connolly. They possess expert knowledge of ceramic design and fabrication. Myles brings a strong understanding of form and product development and Heather offers expertise in the ceramic process, design, and composition. Together they create a collection of utilitarian and thoughtful products including their iconic phone and tablet docks. Consistently exploring and prototyping new designs for its retail collections, Stak Ceramics looks forward to working with clients to develop a variety of products such as lighting and decorative objects for private and public spaces.