#6 English Pancheon, Red Terracotta
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My pancheons are inspired by the English country pottery bowls that were used to "stand milk" while the cream rises. Bowls like this were also used for bread dough, with the bread being baked in the same bowl after rising. I've always loved the simple grace of this form, which is perfect for "repurposing" as a container for multiple plantings.
- Handthrown in Rockdale, Wisconsin
- Fired to 2000 degrees fahrenheit
- Drainage hole allows for direct plainting
- For indoor and outdoor use
- Can be considered "frost-proof" in that it will not delaminate in freezing conditions. However, if the pot fills with water and freezes solid, it will crack.
- For longest life, move to a shed, garage or indoors for the winter in extremely cold climates.
- Saucer available
- Dimensions (In)
Approximately 10" top outside diameter, 6" tall, 5" base diameter
- Care Guide
This pot was fired to 2000 degrees fahrenheit, but for longest life, do not leave the pot outdoors in freezing temperatures.