Hall House Terrarium
The Hall house is named for Dr. George Rogers Hall, a horticulture pioneer. Dr. Hall first visited Japan in 1859 to join the lucrative trade that had already been established between Japan and the United States. Hall filled Wardian cases with Japanese plants, and they set sail from the newly opened Yokohama whaling port. All terrariums come with a fitted plastic liner.
Each of our Terrariums are made using traditional stained glass techniques and are hand soldered making them each as unique as the glass they came from. Please note that these unique works of art are handmade using reclaimed glass windows from deconstructed homes which may contain small scratches or slight imperfections that can vary from product to product.
15" W x 10" D x 18" H