Handmade flower pots from the Danish family brand, Bergs Potter, here in the series: Hoff , designed by graphic designer, Anne Hoff. The raw terracotta pots are turned in the special Galestro clay in a small family-owned workshop in northern Italy. They are not glazed and therefore give the plants' roots a good chance to breathe.
Bergs Potter goes all the way back to 1942, when the Victor Berg family inherited a small pottery shop on Rantzausgade in Nørrebro in Copenhagen. Berg, who was actually an accountant, decided to bring some life and color into the shop - and into the war-affected lives of his fellow citizens.
Victor Berg decided that the best way to do that would be to get some flowers into the address. The combination of fresh flowers and pottery soon made the store a popular place to visit and shop.
Since then, Bergs Potter has grown into a number of shops, which are today run by the third generation Berg, based on a special love for the Tuscan terracotta clay.
Please note that the pots are handmade and can therefore vary in color tone from pot to pot and between the pictures here and the actual pots.
Dimensions: Large: H: 25 x Ø: 21 cm, medium: H: 22 x Ø: 18 cm, small: H: 17.5 x Ø: 14 cm
Material: Burnt clay
Design: Bergs Potter