The Bergs 8m Rosa terracotta pot is a miniiature pot perfect for petite plants, succulents and propagated cuttings. They are handmade in itally using age old techniques and fired at high temperatures to create terracotta of the finest quality.
Each petite Bergs 8cm Hoff pot comes with a matching pot saucer.
A close up of the unique textures present on each bergs pot due to being handmade.

Bergs - Hoff ø8cm - Rosa/Rosa

Regular price€17,00
/
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
  • Available for Delivery Nationwide


The Hoff brings a whole new dimension to the Bergs aesthetic. 

Designed by Anne Hoff, a designer who works at the crossroads of product, graphic and interior design. Her aesthetic is one of uncompromising quality that is both communicative and sensual.

Traditional raw terracotta that allows the roots to breathe and the plant to thrive, coupled with a contemporary chic design, makes the Hoff a must-have for any discerning collector.

Specifications

Diameter: 8cm

Height: 11cm

This pot has a drainage hole to allow excess water to depart the soil as you water.

Base Plate Included.

Handmade Pots

Our curated range of pottery has been designed in Denmark & handmade in Italy by renowned artisans, Bergs Potter. From their humble beginnings in 1942, Bergs have been handcrafting pots using age old techniques and the highest quality materials.

Created from fine Tuscan clay, the durability of these pots is evident, they will last for generations to come, all whilst keeping your plants happy and healthy.

Our collection includes raw terracotta, hand glazed ceramic pots and vases. All bearing designs inspired by everything from Parisian Markets to the planets of our solar system. Due to the handmade nature of these pots, you may even see the delightful signs of a brush mark, imperfect texture or grain - just like a piece of art.

"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." ⁠ - Steffen Berg⁠