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Herb drying Rack, Unique Ceramic Home Decor, Indoor Herb Garden


Dry your own herbs at home in a way that is both fun and functional. Hanging herbs to dry is the best way to dry herbs and the Charlotte drying rack keeps that job stylish and fun.

Simply hang your herb/flower drying up in your kitchen window using a command hook and attach the clips provided to the holes in the dryer. Each rack comes with ten clips that can be used to hang bundles of herbs or individual stems.


-Includes 10 gold clips that you can remove or add based on the number of plants you are drying

-height: 21quot;

4.5quot; diameter (bottom ceramic holder)

-All of my pottery is either thrown on the wheel or created using slabs of clay. Nothing is made from molds or mass produced.
-Every design is screen printed by hand in my studio. All of my screens are designed and hand drawn by me. I do not use any illustrations designed by other companies.
-Every piece of pottery is hand crafted. There will be slight variations in each piece of pottery due to it#39;s handmade nature.
-I only use lead-free glaze and nontoxic clay in my studio. Ensuring my pottery is safe for everyday use.
-My pottery is fired to very high temperatures so that it becomes extremely durable as is chip resistant.
-Made from White Stoneware


This herb drying rack is made with glazes that are tested for food safety and the clay is 100% nontoxic. Rest easy that all glazes I use are lead- free.


- All of the pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe, but as they are handmade ceramics made in very limited quantities I recommend that you take care when using and cleaning your pottery. The microwave is hard on all ceramics, and overtime microwaving your pottery will make it (and all handmade ceramics) more brittle. Also the heating element in your dishwasher can get very hot, so I recommend placing the pieces away from the heating element to avoid thermal shock.

⭐ My FAQ#39;s and Policies:



⭐️ I offer shipping upgrades at the time of purchase. When checking out, please select your preferred upgrade... Don’t forget to factor in weekends and Holidays. ?
Please keep in mind that these shipping times do not include my shop’s processing times (1-3 business days).
⭐️ If your order has not arrived by the estimated delivery time, please feel free to let me know via private message. A number of factors can influence mail speeds (weather, holidays, etc), so we may ask that you wait an additional 7 days. If after 7 days your order has not arrived, I will do everything I can to work with you towards a solution.
⭐️Orders within the US are shipped via USPS ground and have an estimated delivery time of 2-8 business after the item is shipped


⭐️ To track your shipped order, visit the tab labeled “Purchases and Reviews” within your Etsy account. Within this tab, you’ll find all of your existing orders, as well as your tracking. You can also click HERE: https://www.etsy.com/your/purchases?ref=hdr_user_menu
⭐️ If your address was not entered correctly at the time of purchase, your package may be marked as “Undeliverable” and will usually be shipped back to me. Once I receive your return order, I will request an edited address to re-ship your order. In the event of a re-shipment due to an incorrect address, you are responsible for the additional shipping charges.


⭐️ If you didn’t absolutely love your order, we are happy to refund your purchase after the item arrives back to us. Please message us via Etsy within 14 days of the items arrival. We do not cover your return shipping back to us. Once the order has arrived and we have inspected it for damage, we will issue a refund. All items must be returned within 21 days of purchase.
⭐️ If for any reason your order was damaged in the mail, please contact us within 3 days of the orders arrival, along with a photo of the damaged item and the package. From there, we would be more than happy to refund or replace your order. We cover your return shipping back to us if the item arrives damaged.


⭐️ All my pottery comes wrapped for shipping and ready for gift-giving. I can include a notecard with your order. If you are purchasing this item as a gift, feel free to provide me with a message you#39;d like me to write to the recipient on your behalf in the #39;message to seller#39; comment box as you check out.
⭐️ Pottery is shipped double boxed and bubble wrapped. My pottery has made it safely as far as Australia.
⭐️ To reduce paper waste, your order receipt will be emailed to you, and will not be included in your package unless requested.


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