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cachepot

cache·pot

 (kăsh′pŏt′, -pō′)
n.
An ornamental container for a flowerpot.

[French : cacher, to hide; see cache + pot, pot (from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *pottus).]

cachepot

(ˈkæʃˌpɒt; ˌkæʃˈpəʊ)
n
an ornamental container for a flowerpot
[French: pot-hider]

cache•pot

(ˈkæʃˌpɒt, -ˌpoʊ)

n.
an ornamental container, as of china or tole, for holding and concealing a flowerpot.
[1870–75; < French: literally, (it) hides (the) pot; see cache, pot1]
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I love green plants in white, handmade, ceramic cachepots."
This informal visit to Dodero's workshop is a chance to view his cachepots used as orchid planters and urns (not originally conceived of for ashes, but most commonly serving this function).
I also love taking plants and flowers as gifts to friends, and I take great joy in making ordinary things beautiful and useful; all of these are reasons to create cachepots from craft-store materials.
From Balla's original sketches, Gatti reproduced motifs on cachepots, tiles, plates and a coffee service in a daring hexagonal form that resembled a mechanical bolt.
Wooden crates used to ship tea make great cachepots for large plants.
His stall is a trove of tooled copper Au large platters traditionally used by Bedouin families for communal meals; copper cooking utensils and pans (the more elegant pans would make fine cachepots); coffee grinders and pots; pitchers and plates inlaid with silver and brass.
Children may climb on items such as toy chests, couches, bookshelves, beanbag chairs, large cachepots for indoor plants and computer towers to peek out a window or to use the window cord as a Spiderman-type swing.
Children may climb on toy chests, couches, book-shelves, beanbag chairs, large cachepots for indoor plants and computer towers to peek out a window or to use the window cord as a Spiderman-type swing.
Prices for chimney pots start at around pounds 30, lead cachepots cost anything from pounds 70.
"We've seen an interest in large, Italian-inspired ceramics, such as cachepots or urns," said Michael Kinsler, design director for Gibson.
But what of the fresh peonies in porcelain cachepots placed on a marble mantle?
And, yes, there are even books nestled in among small sculptures, flower arrangements and elegant cachepots.