Bergs Potter

During one of the bleakest periods of World War II, Victor Berg inherited a ceramics shop on Rantzausgade in the Nørrebro neighborhood of Copenhagen. Victor, an eager young accountant, wanted to bring a bit of life and color into the war-depressed lives of his fellow Copenhageners. He decided the best way to do so would be to add flowers to the shop. The unique combination of fresh flowers and aged ceramics soon made the store a popular place to visit and shop.
 
Copenhagen - Terracotta Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Helena Pot - Terracotta Pot Bergs Potter
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Copenhagen - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Copenhagen - Green Emerald Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Saucer - Bergs Potter Terracotta Saucer Bergs Potter
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Julie - Terracotta Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Simona - Terracotta Pottery Bergs Potter
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Helena Pot - Grey Pot Bergs Potter
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Emilia - Terracotta Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Copenhagen - Yellow Amber Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Julie - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Simona - Green Emerald Pottery Bergs Potter
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Simona - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
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Parade - Terracotta Pottery Bergs Potter
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Saucer - Bergs Potter Grey Saucer Bergs Potter
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Emilia - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Copenhagen - Blue Petrolium Pottery Bergs Potter
 
Daisy - Terracotta Pot Bergs Potter
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Parade - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
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Simona - Yellow Amber Pottery Bergs Potter
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Erbe - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
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Honey - Green Emerald Vase/Pot Bergs Potter
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Galestro - Grey Pottery Bergs Potter
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Misty - Green Emerald Vase Bergs Potter
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Elizabeth - Terracotta - Cigale &  Fourmi
 
Helena Glazed - Quartz Rose - Cigale &  Fourmi
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Julie - Green Emerald Pottery Bergs Potter
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Willow Vase - Emerald Green Pottery Bergs Potter
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Piccolina - Grey - Cigale &  Fourmi
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