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“Graffiato” is the Italian word for “scratchy”, and it couldn’t be a more appropriate name for our new collection  of antiqued Italian terra cotta flower pots.

 

Each of the five shapes in this new range of planters are carefully crafted from a rich red clay, and then, while still wet and malleable, are washed with a pale “antique” whitewash. As each pot begins to dry, the areas just below the rim is scratched with metal brushes,  uncovering the red clay beneath and creating an organic, coarse band which contrasts against the crisp lines and smooth texture of the rest of the flower pot.

 

Graffiato

Terra Cotta

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Italian

Terra Cotta

 

For centuries, Italy has been known as the epicenter of clay flower pot design and production. Our manufacturing partner is located in the heart of Tuscany, and is deeply rooted in the local traditions  and styles.

 

Northern Italy is also famous as a center for contemporary design, and we carefully follow international pottery trends when we work with our partners to build our collections. The Graffiato range of planters is a perfect example of this, as our retail consumers have enthusiastically embraced the scratched pots across the country.

 

All of the planters in our Graffiato series share the following features:

 

  • All flower pots have central drainage holes on the bottom of the planter. Saucers are available to match most of the pots in this collection.
  • All Graffiato planters are shipped with UPC stickers attached
  • All Graffiato flower pots are crafted in Italy from a durable terra cotta clay.
  • As with all terra cotta flower pots, these planters are slightly porous - this allows the root structure of the plant to breathe, and helps to prevent over-watering.
  • These containers are suitable for indoor use with saucers or for 3-season outdoor use.

 

 

 

 

 

Graffiato

Italian Terra Cotta

 

“Graffiato” is the Italian word for “scratchy”, and it couldn’t be a more appropriate name for our new collection  of antiqued Italian terra cotta flower pots.

 

Each of the five shapes in this new range of planters are carefully crafted from a rich red clay, and then, while still wet and malleable, are washed with a pale “antique” whitewash. As each pot begins to dry, the areas just below the rim is scratched with metal brushes,  uncovering the red clay beneath and creating an organic, coarse band which contrasts against the crisp lines and smooth texture of the rest of the flower pot.

 

For centuries, Italy has been known as the epicenter of clay flower pot design and production. Our manufacturing partner is located in the heart of Tuscany, and is deeply rooted in the local traditions  and styles.

 

Northern Italy is also famous as a center for contemporary design, and we carefully follow international pottery trends when we work with our partners to build our collections. The Graffiato range of planters is a perfect example of this, as our retail consumers have enthusiastically embraced the scratched pots across the country.

 

All of the planters in our Graffiato series share the following features:

 

  • All flower pots have central drainage holes on the bottom of the planter. Saucers are available to match most of the pots in this collection.
  • All Graffiato planters are shipped with UPC stickers attached
  • All Graffiato flower pots are crafted in Italy from a durable terra cotta clay.
  • As with all terra cotta flower pots, these planters are slightly porous - this allows the root structure of the plant to breathe, and helps to prevent over-watering.
  • These containers are suitable for indoor use with saucers or for 3-season outdoor use.

 

 

 

Graffiato

Italian Terra Cotta

“Graffiato” is the Italian word for “scratchy”, and it couldn’t be a more appropriate name for our new collection  of antiqued Italian terra cotta flower pots.

 

Each of the five shapes in this new range of planters are carefully crafted from a rich red clay, and then, while still wet and malleable, are washed with a pale “antique” whitewash. As each pot begins to dry, the areas just below the rim is scratched with metal brushes,  uncovering the red clay beneath and creating an organic, coarse band which contrasts against the crisp lines and smooth texture of the rest of the flower pot.