These Local, Handmade Pots are Perfect for Both Pet and Plant Parents

It takes five people to make one!
by Gianna Sibal   |  Feb 25, 2021
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Who says you can’t be both a pet and a plant lover-slash-parent?

This brand gives you the best of both worlds with locally handmade pots that give a super adorable upgrade to your gardens, shelves, and windowsills.

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A post shared by’s fur-like creations such as the shihtzu baskets, chibi poodle pots, and pug planters, to name a few, are definitely eye-catching, but there’s more to these pots than meets the eye—the shop collaborates with farmers from Bulacan to create them, and they’re made from the country’s finest abaca.

More than the quirkiness of their designs, what makes them special is that these pots are handcrafted by local artisans who use abaca farming as a viable source of income.’s vision, from their namesake, is “to make noble; to elevate”—and they certainly do so through a collaborative, creative, and ethical process with the craftsmen of their products.


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According to the brand, it takes at least five sets of hands to create one of their Chibi pots, so each one is made with a tremendous amount of time, effort, unparalleled dedication and expertise, and of course, love for the arts.

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