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Plant pot with saucer M · SOIL

Regular price €45,00 EUR
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Soil is the cradle of life, the foundation upon which new life flourishes and develops. Earth`s strength, roughness and raw nature are the sources of inspiration for pot collection SOIL. Symbolizing fertility and the richness of the soil.

The pots are handmade to reflect the touch and care of the craftsman. Their uneven, rugged edges symbolize the earth`s strength and plant`s character. The overall shape of the collection has been created with fine grooves, symbolizing the hand-made clay turning technique.

A size M pot of the SOIL plant pot collection is ideal for small and medium-sized potted plants and herbs, fitting on a windowsill or on a tabletop illuminated by natural light. As clay pots they provide many benefits to plant life cycle. The porous nature of clay ensures proper aeration and moisture regulation for plants, providing a healthy root system development. Material helps also to maintain correct soil temperature, even on the hottest summer days. SOIL pots not only bring coziness and warmth to every room but also provide optimal growing conditions for your favorite plants.  This ceramic pot will be especially loved by medium-sized cacti, succulents, and other drought-tolerant plants accumulating water in their thick leaves. It is important. that the soil should be able to dry throughout evenly between waterings. Green-leafed pot plants originating in the rainforests will require more frequent watering in a clay pot. Bring abundant green life into your home, providing sustainable living conditions for your favorite plants!

The SOIL collection includes 5 sizes of designer plant pots. Choosing the right size according to the variety of the plants will increase the coziness and aesthetic value of the room.

Size: 17 cm × 18 cm · 2.5 L · 2.25 kg

Values: Handmade in Northen Europe

Materials: Latvian red clay mixed with manganese

Design by: Arthur Analts

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The plant pot is suitable for planting various indoor plants and herbs matching the size of their root system. Before planting, it is recommended to soak the plant pot in a water bath for at least 2 hours so that the clay absorbs the necessary amount of moisture, without soaking it up from the newly planted plant after the first watering. 

The bottom of the pot has a drainage hole for excess moisture to drain onto the tray, so it is intended for planting a plant without an additional plastic inner pot. 

The unglazed surface inside the pot can change colour and show white salt efflorescence over time in the process of interaction of soil, plants, and clay. 

Due to clay having been hardened at a high kiln temperature, the plant pot can be placed both indoors and on an outdoor terrace or balcony, when the air temperature does not fall below +1°C.

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Designer spotlight

Arthur Analts is a London-based Latvian artist and designer. Analts work takes a critical view of political, cultural and environmental issues. His research-led approach, considers innovative experimentation across materials, new technologies, alternative production techniques and scale. While working in various media, Analts methodology is consistent - the subject matter of each body of work determines the material and the form - and the outcome is always emotionally charged. In 2018 Arthur Analts (Latvian Pavilion) won the Gold Medal at London Design Biennale.

Closeup of the Latvian red clay

Raw materials

We use locally sourced Latvian red clay. Its distinctive red color is caused by iron oxide in the clay. The clay is known for its exceptional quality and has been prized by potters and ceramics artists for centuries. It is also highly durable and resistant to heat. Although a popular choice for brick-making, with our innovation the red clay has transformed into a unique and durable tableware.


Craftsmanship and technique

Our technique has been passed down to us by our ancestors along with the appreciation of the art of pottery. Each piece is crafted by hand, resulting in unique and durable tableware, that’s unmatched by mass-produced alternatives.

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