Although the company is based in the Berkshires in Massachusetts, Campo de’ Fiori specializes in mossy, aged terra cotta pots with a decidedly foreign flavor. (In fact, owners Robin Norris and Barbara Brockbader won the right in a poker game to reproduce a particular Victorian design that originated at Balmoral.)
One of our favorite Campo de’ Fiori designs is a handblown glass domed terrarium; in a two-piece set, a footed terra cotta saucer comes with a glass cloche. Three sizes are available:
Above: Terrariums in three sizes (from 13 to 17 inches high) are available at prices ranging from $122.50 to $272.50 from Campo de’ Fiori.
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