Unique handmade pots
Bergs Potter make high-quality terracotta pots that plants love. High-quality materials and craftsmanship mean our pots will live on from one generation to the next.DISCOVER OUR POTS
We believe that living with plants improves the quality of life. Pots and plants are an easy and stylish way to transform the look and feel of your home, but for the plants to make you thrive, they need to thrive, too.
If your plants could speak, they would tell you that there’s nothing better than a quality clay pot
– Steffen Berg
Proper drainage gives their roots room to breathe, and superior clay holds in the moisture they need. At Bergs Potter, we create durable pots designed for both indoor and outdoor use. If you take good care of them, they can be passed down from generation to generation.Get to know our pots
Our planters are designed in Denmark and handmade with love. Made from the best Italian premium quality Galestro clay at a small, family-owned workshop in northern Italy.
We always strive to achieve the best quality products. We fire our clay at extremely high temperatures and use slow-burning firing, giving our pots unique and natural durability.
In addition to our collection of raw terracotta pots, we make pots and vases in glazed ceramics. Each of our ceramic pots and vases is glazed the old-fashioned way, individually and by hand, to achieve our rich, deep colour.
Each pot has a unique story
Do you want to know more about the iconic collection of Bergs Originals?
Then, please dig into our collection of pots and vases.
Designed by Christian Buur Bangsgaard
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Bergs Potter’s pots are created with love in Tuscany. We take pride in the beauty and strength of our pots, made from premium clay.
Our pots come in various exclusive and patented designs for indoor and outdoor use – each with a unique background story – designed in Denmark, handmade in Tuscany, Italy.
Take good care of the pots and vases from Bergs Potter, and they can be passed down from generation to generation.Read our Catalogue