Edge Pot Ø38, Low / 412,50 dkk 825 dkk
Designed by Stilleben
Edge Pot is a series of simple, hand-thrown terracotta flowerpots in various colours and sizes, for indoor use. The series takes inspiration from the characteristic shape of the Amphora vase in the ancient Greek-Egyptian pottery tradition.
This version does not have a drainage hole.
- Glazed Terracotta / Light Grey
ØxH: 38x15 cm
Item no. 1810417
- WxDxH: 40x40x17 cm
Weight: 5,9 kg
- Material and care
Proper usage and maintenance
Terracotta is a beautiful looking type of earthenware formed by low-fired clay. Skagerak’s terracotta is hand-thrown in Portugal, which gives each pot a unique expression. Terracotta means “baked earth” in Italian and the pottery technique can be traced all the way back to ancient Greece.
Cleaning and maintenance
The product requires a minimum of care. However, if necessary clean the pot using lukewarm and soapy water. Wipe afterwards with a dry cloth. Be aware that terracotta is fragile so always take care when moving the pot around. Before re-potting it is advisable to make a drain, which will allow for excess water to leave the pot. Place a small piece of fibre cloth at the bottom of the pot in order to prevent the hole from clogging. Then place a layer of hydrograins. To optimize the drain finish with a small piece of fibre cloth before adding the potting soil. Always use potting soil as normal soil is too heavy for the pot.
Note: Pot Ø38x15 does not have a drain hole.
This product cannot withstand freezing temperatures and should therefore be stored in a garage, cellar or the like. To avoid frost damage, make sure to empty the pot and turn it upside down before storing it.
Note: Do not place on wooded surfaces or the like to avoid spots on the surface.
About the designer / Stilleben
Like the art phenomenon it derives its name from, the design duo Stilleben (’still life’) represents a combination of elements that come together in a harmonious whole. Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Nordentoft have achieved the same harmonious resonance. The two ceramicists met at The Danish Design School, and shortly after graduation they had the idea for the shop Stilleben, which carries carefully selected craft and design objects for the table, the home and the wardrobe. Today, Stilleben is a trend-setting and internationally recognised gallery in the heart of Copenhagen, driven by a clear sense of aesthetic, quality and passion.