In the Lazio region north of Rome, lies the village of Di Bolzena that was once home village to many potters. One of the most prominent, Roberto Rosso , created the ” Helena” which, with its characteristic lace inspired by ancient Greece . The pot was a big success in Italy during the 1800s and has now once again been put into production , this time in Tuscany.
It is possible to plant directly in the pot as it has drainage holes in the bottom and a dish that collects excess water and is waterproof
Size: 16 x 15cm
Material: Tuscan clay