The Københavner Pot [Copenhagen Pot] has royal heritage and is one of the first pots designed by Bergs Potter. This noble pot is inspired by pottery made at the Royal Danish Palace of Fredensborg in 1860.
Years ago, Steffen Berg stumbled upon beautiful old clay pots at a former nursery and created the Købehavner Pot, his very own interpretation of the pottery with royal origins. Today, the Københavner Pot is one of our most popular designs, and our potters still make it by hand in a small village near Lucca in Tuscany.
The legacy of the Københavner Pot adds an element of regal elegance even when paired with the humblest plant.
The Københavner Pot range includes numerous sizes in Rosa and Nordic Grey terracotta, including three tall Rose pots designed to accommodate the rose plant’s deep roots and need for growing space. The Copenhagen Pot is also available in a hand-glazed edition which comes in a variety of different shades – all inspired by the colours of classic Copenhagen.
Please note each pot or saucer is hand finished; some variation in color and texture should be expected. Due to the porous quality of natural clay, items will change color or patina over time to exposure to water, handling and salts found in soil.