Despite being quite different to the items I’m normally attracted to, something about these pots really appealed to me when I first saw them – it was only a few weeks after I had bought them that I realised what that was: growing up we had a giant beaten copper pot in the corner of our lounge that was almost exactly the same shape as today’s pots! I always loved that pot, as did my mother who insisted on keeping it even after it had been through a fire when our house burned down! Today’s pots, which have the look of copper, but I suspect are actually made from another metal, have the same rough hand-hewn look to them. I’m not really sure what purpose they serve, but I can imagine they’d make for very handsome pot plants. My mother’s suggestion would be to just throw a few stones in the bottom of the pots for drainage, but if it were me I think I might be tempted to drill a few drainage holes for the best chance of happy plants!
Dimensions: Large pot – 14cm tall x 25cm in diameter; Medium pot – 11.5cm tall x 22cm in diameter; Small pot – 9cm tall x 16cm in diameter