Water From a Stone


Water From A Stone slowly lets water out to keep indoor plants perfectly watered. Made from hand-blown glass and holds 7oz (207ml) of water.

While an Industrial Design student at RIT, Casey Schneider designed ‘Water From a Stone in conjunction with MetaProject 02. Required to design a domestic vessel in glass, he imagined “something that incorporates plants, was beautiful and did not distract from the plant itself”. A prototype found its way to Kikkerland Design and is now in production.

Product Details
  • Remove the cork and fill the stone with clean water and replace the cork.

  • Turn over and test to make sure water is coming out of the water release hole.

  • Place the stone in your planter with the cork facing down.

  • Make sure the stone is placed on a level surface with the water release hole not obstructed. Incorrect set-up will lead the water flowing out too fast or not at all.

  • Once the stone is in place tap it a few times to make sure water is flowing, the bubbles rising from the water release means water is following properly.


About the Artist

Kikkerland Design Inc. is where creativity runs rampant and even the most utilitarian gadget becomes a delightful discovery. Since 1992, the folks at Kikkerland Design have traveled the world in search of original designs for things that can make life more enjoyable. Clever things to intrigue you. Smart things that make everyday tasks easier.