A unique collection of architectural style jars and planters in premium materials and finishes. One of a kind pottery that has a timeless beauty and quality. Bold surprising designs, quality and value is what you find in Asian Ceramics.
Consistently one of North Coast Pottery’s best-selling collections attributable to its ultra -premium quality, vast selection and superior glazes. Boasting an array of stunning planters, jars, fire pots and gazing balls, this line offers more than 170 items to satisfy any palate. These handmade containers are guaranteed to make a bold statement in any garden space.
Crafted using ancient Chinese techniques deep in rural villages, the Rustic Garden Collection has long been prized for its effect of bestowing each piece a unique fingerprint. Able to withstand harsh weather conditions due to its durable construction, these vessels are the one-of- a-kind accent piece your customer is looking for. Offered in self-contained fountains, planters and jars, this collection is comprised of many unique styles and size options that cannot be found elsewhere.
Pacific Home and Garden creates new shapes and styles regularly to meet the constantly changing tastes of the marketplace. Trends and traditions in the landscape and design industries, plus feedback from our dealers, guide our decisions in creating a viable range of new products. Each year we introduce new colors, some of which are the culmination of years of development. Many of our unique vessels are part of display groupings that afford the retailer plenty of merchandising options. Our customers tell us the freshness of the collections and the range of colors allow them to reinvent their look as often as they want.
Gaze at a Talavera pottery urn, vase or platter, the finest ceramics of Mexico, and behold the art of a Spanish colonial period rich with old world design and a colorful heritage. The rich Talavera pottery heritage was introduced to Mexico by Spanish guild artisans of the Colonial period. Commonly called “majolica” in Spain, Mexican Talavera draws its name from the 16th century Spanish pottery center, Talavera de la Reina. While the intricate polychrome and more typical blue and white designs show their Old World legacy, native floral and animal motifs claim these colorful ceramics as classically Mexican.
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