Whichford Pottery Handmade British Frostproof Flowerpot.
Approximately measures: 63cm high, 80cm wide.
The pot title refers to the flowerpots first made in Renaissance Tuscany. In the 1440's the architects of the time had the idea of putting citrus trees in very large pots all around the gardens. The best artists of the day, including Lucca della Robbia, were employed to design these pots.
The Whichford design is closely allied to these originals.
Established in 1976, Whichford Pottery produces entirely handmade terracotta flowerpots which are beautiful, durable and full of character.
Handmade in Warwickshire, England