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Design Sleuth: Ben Wolff Black Clay Pots

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Design Sleuth: Ben Wolff Black Clay Pots

April 30, 2013

We featured these succulents in black pots in a recent House Call: Herne Hill in London on Remodelista. For a similar look, consider high-fire black stoneware garden containers from Connecticut potter Ben Wolff (son of well-known potter Guy Wolff).

Above: A few spindly succulents are potted together in a textured black planting pot.

Above: Waramaug Pot (L) starts at $10 for a 3.5-inch-tall pot and the Woodville Garden Pot (R) starts at $10 for the 3.5-inch pot; both from Ben Wolff Pottery.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on March 8, 2010.

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Plants & Planters

Waramaug Pot

$10.00 USD from Ben Wolff Pottery

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