Liconfiber 64pc English Cottage Low Planter Collection – Antique Green

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Michael Carr Designs® Liconfiber™ English Cottage Low Planter Collection

Antique Green – 64pcs – 3 Styles in 1 Color with Sets of 2 Sizes

This collection includes the following planters:

  • Low Round Planter  – Set of 2 in Antique Green (100767ABANTGREEN)
    • 14.6in Planter – 12ea – 14.6in Diam x 5.1in H
    • 9.1in Planter – 12ea – 9.1in Diam x 3.9in H
  • Low Rectangle Planter  – Set of 2 in Antique Green (100764ABANTGREEN)
    • 21.7in Planter – 8ea – 21.7in L x 14.6in W x 6.3in H
    • 16.5in Planter – 8ea – 16.5in L x 9.4in W x 5.1in H
  • Low Square Planter  – Set of 2 in Antique Green (100768ABANTGREEN)
    • 14.6in Planter – 12ea – 14.6in L x 14.6in W x 6.3in H
    • 9.1in Planter – 12ea – 9.1in L x 9.4in W x 5.1in H
Liconfiber™ Pottery

Liconfiber™ is a cement-based composite material reinforced with an alkaline resistant fiberglass netting. The special low-alkalinity cement is an ideal material used in the construction of bridges and expressways. Instead of the randomly dispersed alkali resistant fibers used in the cement the only product tested earlier in the market, the use of fiberglass nets as reinforcemtn has made such a lightweight product while having a storng structure like a steel reinforced concrete wall. Comparing Liconfiber™ with the traditional fiberclay products, Liconfiber™ is lighter and stronger. It is not apt to deform or break so easily as ceramic or fiberclay products and it is possible to use many color options as well. Liconfiber™ is not only structurally rigid, but also chemically stable. It is frost-resistant down to -20 degrees Celcius and UV resistant as tested by the world's leading inspection, verificiation, testing and certification company; SGS. It has also passed the SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern) screening test performed by the SGS, assuring end-users that it is harmless to humans.