Simona, a romantic Parisian pot has appeared in countless French homes since the peak of its popularity in the 1820s-1860s. First created in Paris’ Latin Quarter, the original artist’s name remains a mystery.
Spotted in the midst of a flea market in Montmartre, it has been revived by Berg's Tuscan potters.
Proper drainage gives their roots room to breathe, and superior clay holds in the moisture they need.
About Berg's Potters
From their humble beginnings in 1942, Berg's handcrafted pots are made using Tuscan clay by artisans who continue to use age old techniques. Their collections include both raw terracotta and hand glazed ceramic pots baring designs inspired by everything from Parisian Markets to the planets of our solar system.
"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