Clay Pottery
Clay Pottery
Glazed Pottery & Gardening Planters
Talavera Pottery
Concrete & Stone Pots and Planters
Poly Resin Pottery
Animal Pots & More
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Despite modern advancements, Terracotta pottery still makes for some of the best garden planters a person can use. This is in part because clay pottery can breathe, allowing air to circulate to the roots of your cherished plants during the summer, as well as helping to protect from over watering. As the clay ages, its surface can grow porous and worn, creating a perfect environment for mosses to cling to and further create a rustic and aged appearance to your garden and garden pottery.
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Unglazed pottery doesn't have to be just Terracotta or Black Clay, and colored variations are taking off in the landscape and home décor industry. One example of what we offer here at Arizona Pottery are pots made from Galestro earth, which is sourced right from the Tuscan hills. The pyrite it contains enriches the surface of each clay pot with fascinating irregularities, making each unique and precious. See descriptions for details on each product, for there are too many types of clays to list them all!
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Our Black Clay, also called Stoneware, is imported directly from Vietnam where it is harvested from river beds and fired in mud huts using age-old techniques passed down through generations. This unique Vietnamese pottery is known for its rustic texture, color, and overall appearance. Whether your intention is gardening, landscaping or even architecture, these high fired clay flower pots are ideal for bringing a beautiful, rustic look to your home.

 

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