The clay pearling along Helena’s top edge gives this pot a soft and classic look.
North of Rome lies the small town of Di Bolzena, a place once filled with potters and the home of Robert Rosso. Taking inspiration from ancient Greek Designs, Rosso created the Helena Pot, which was popular throughout the 1800s. There’s been a recent rebirth of interest in the classic design, and Tuscan potters are now making it again.
This pot has a draining hole and comes with a saucer.