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Coloured glazed pots like these are often fragile as a result of firing at low temperatures but we have sourced these usually hard to find, high fired pots from a first class kiln in one of the world’s oldest pottery towns. Now you can have strong colours on durable pots in a range of shapes.

Glazed pots all have crazing which is almost invisible to the eye but can become more apparent over time with the build-up of mineral deposits from the potting mix which seep through the sides of the pot. This is easily removed by lightly rubbing with dry fine steel wool available from all hardware stores. The use of this fine steel wool will remove the mineral deposits and not damage the glaze.

To clean use a mild soapy water and a soft bristle brush or rag. Avoid harsh chemical and abrasives.

Plants such as bamboo, strelitzia, and other vigorous rooted plants will eventually outgrow and damage the planter if not repotted as they become too large. Failure to do so may void warranty

Finishes may vary from those shown in picture.