POTTERY by BERGS POTTER
If your plants could speak, they would tell you that there's nothing better than a quality clay pot. Proper drainage gives their roots room to breathe, and superior clay holds in the moisture they need.
Choose from our three natural colors: cream, rosa and gray. The cream and rosa are classic pottery colors, while the gray is one that we created ourselves. All three colors are in step with popular trends in Scandinavian design and décor.
The clay is fired at very high temperatures, giving the pots a natural strength and a special treatment ensures that our saucers are completely waterproof, making our pots suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The high density of the clay, makes the pots frost resistant and allows air to the roots and retain moisture due to the superlative quality of the clay, thus giving plants the optimum growth conditions.
Tous les articles de potterie que nous vous proposons chez HOME SWEDE HOME proviennent de la célèbre société BERGS POTTER. Le design est danois et la fabrication est faite en Italie.
L'argile est de première qualité pour éviter les additifs nocifs pour les pots.
ARTICLES : SERIE COPENHAGUEN
We call this the Castle Pot since it is inspired by a pot made at the royal castle of Fredensborg in 1860. Over time, production moved to smaller potters in Copenhagen, where it was made until plastic pots began to grow in popularity in the 1960s. Steffen Berg found his inspiration in a beautiful pot he saw years ago in a former nursery. Today, our potters make the pot in a small village near Lucca in Tuscany.
ARTICLES: Series Helena, Elizabteh, Emilia
Elizabeth: A queen of grace and glory! And yet, this regal woman has also stood fast against storms after more than half a century on the throne. Like the queen, this pot is durable and adorned with elegance. Gothic arches decorate its sides, whose shapes form a bold crown when the pot is turned on its head. Elizabeth is made as a tribute to all women, everyday queens who sail into headwinds with pride, grace and strength.
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.
The signature rope edge on this tall, slender pot is inspired by the Roman Empire. Since 1800, it's been produced in the city of Modena in the Emilia-Romagna region of Tuscany. We produce it today in Tuscany as well, using time-honored techniques.