Exclusive.A wide, two-handled pot like this one may well have been used every day by Minoans living in the eastern city of Mallia. Approximately 18in wide, 12in tall. All pots have drainage holes. Keep from freezing in winter.
These extraordinary pots are thrown by hand, then fired for hours in wood-burning kilns that give them a soft and variable shade of tan, which changes with the light and the pots' contents. Shapes are drawn from Classical-era containers that were then, and are now, common household items in Crete. They provide a look that is both traditional and informal, and we've given them prominent positions throughout our gardens and in our home.
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