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Olivia - Terracotta

€670,00

Bergs potter is a Danish family business with long tradition in making handmade terracotta pots in Tuscany.   This pot is made for outdoor use, created and fired by hand in Tuscany. The clay is fired at extremely high temperatures, which gives the pots a unique and natural durability. Thanks to the high...

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Bergs potter is a Danish family business with long tradition in making handmade terracotta pots in Tuscany.  

This pot is made for outdoor use, created and fired by hand in Tuscany.

The clay is fired at extremely high temperatures, which gives the pots a unique and natural durability.

Thanks to the high quality of Bergs Potters unglazed clay pots, they are naturally resilient to frost. If properly taken care of, they can endure many winters outside in the cold. It’s key to ensure proper drainage inside the pot and to avoid clogging in the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot.

 If the hole gets clogged, water will accumu- late, and, when the temperature drops below 0°C, this water will turn into ice which can expand and might damage your pot, but if you take good care of them, they can be passed down from generation to genera- tion. Each pot is a unique work of art, ranging from the simplicity of the Scandinavian design to the classic vibes of Tuscany

 

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