'Simona' is a romantic Parisian pot that would have appeared in countless French homes since the peak of its popularity in the 1820s-1860s. It was first created in Paris’ Latin Quarter, and years ago this delightful pot was discovered in the midst of a flea market in Montmartre, but alas - the original artist’s name remains a mystery.
- Made in Italy - Three sizes available
- Includes matching saucer
- View our inspiring Garden Collection
- Safe for use indoors and outside
- Perfect for house, greenhouse and garden plants
- Small: 12cm Diameter x 14cm Height
- Medium: 14cm Diameter x 15.5cm Height
- Large: 16cm Diameter x 18.5cm Height
Discovered on our Scandinavian travels, we love the delicately antique style of these traditional plant pots. Proper drainage gives their roots room to breathe, and the superior clay in these holds in the moisture they need.
Pottery Handmade with Love Since 1942 - Danish company Bergs Potter's pots are designed in Copenhagen and created with love in Tuscany. They take pride in the beauty and strength of their pots, made from premium clay. High-quality materials and craftsmanship mean the pots patinas will improve with age, and live on from one generation to the next.
After 75 years, Bergs Potter’s wares are still created with love in Tuscany and their durability comes from high-temperature firings and a subtle silicone treatment—which means they are also completely waterproof.
‘Living is not enough! Sunshine, freedom and a little flower you must have!’
– Hans Christian Andersen.
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