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New Italian Galestro Garden Planters



New Italian Garden Planters

We are so happy with our Brand New
Garden Planters from Italy.

Each generous sized garden planter has slightly rounded edges and a hard to find square shape.  From the heart of Tuscany comes our Copenhagen Italian Pottery. Made of Galestro earth which is a prized clay coming from the Tuscan hills, and is particularly resistant to frost and with excellent breathability.

The pyrite it contains enriches the surface of each piece with fascinating irregularities, making each pot unique and precious.  This planter is hand finished.  Made of Eco-friendly materials.  With it's simple lines and unusual clay, it's a treasure.

Stamped with the Italian manufacturers name on it for authenticity.

Looks lovely filled with evergreens, colorful flowers, succulents or cacti.  Perfect for patio or garden area when only the very best will do!
Available in Latte (left) or Grey (right)
 2496-Clay-Finish 2497-Grey-Finish
 
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Post Last Updated: 12/14/2016 3:05:43 PM 

Arizona Pottery NEW Colored Clay Pottery



Arizona Pottery Colored Clay Garden Planters

We are so happy and proud to introduce a new line of clay
pottery. For years we have been working with the most well know and highest qualify clay manufacturer in Italy. This year they have introduced a new line of clay pottery that is made with colors not normally seen in garden pottery.   New styles and size add to the excitement we feel when presenting this line to our customers. Just look at the photos below to see these wonderful new clays!

Graffite - grey clay
White Terracotta - a lighter shade of red clay
Moka - chocolate brown clay
Terracotta - our usual red with new styles

Graffite is a light shade of grey. Perfect for a contemporary setting where you want something unique instead of the red clay you see at every garden center.  These planters are frost resistant, made of eco-friendly materials.  We introduce new styles and sizes all done in this stunning graffite color.

Graffite Grey Clay Garden Pottery From Arizona Pottery

Moka clay:  This chocolate brown clay is very different and a best seller already.
Moka lends itself to a traditional and contemporary setting.  Its rich color is a great compliment to any green plant or group of colorful flowers. This line of planters come in rectangles, squares, and standard shapes.  Eco-friendly and frost resistant makes these a superior product for planters.

 1213-Moka-Colored-Clay-Garden-Planters-From-Arizona-Pottery

White terracotta
:  Have you ever heard of this?  It's a clay that is much lighter than the typical red clay terracotta but still have the same color hues.  New styles and sizes in this line make it even more exciting.  Eco-friendly and frost resistant also makes them in high demand.

 1215-White-Terracotta-Clay
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Post Last Updated: 12/15/2016 9:54:42 AM 



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