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Axel - Blue

€410,00

Its pure shape and various sizes turned this pot into an instant classic for in - and outdoor use. The colour palette will inspire you in every season, be it in spring with flowers, and in winter without plants. Axel pots are coloured with a coloured silt by ‘angoben’ with...

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Its pure shape and various sizes turned this pot into an instant classic for in - and outdoor use. The colour palette will inspire you in every season, be it in spring with flowers, and in winter without plants.

Axel pots are coloured with a coloured silt by ‘angoben’ with the special property not to ‘glaze’ during baking. The result is the beautiful matte colour.

The Axel Pot is made of Terra Cotta. Domanis own high quality clay has a kaolin basis with special properties. While baking, the clay will coalesce so that virtually no absorption of water is possible. These terra cotta pots absorbs no more than 3-4% of water. With this low percentage of water the Axel Pots are guaranteed frost proof.

This pot has a draining hole.

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