This glaze looks like it was created by burning the pot for hundreds of years, or by leaving it deep under the sea to develop this patina. But it is really the expertise of the Vietnamese potters that makes these pots unique. The glaze is the result of a four-part process, and the effect is timeless and dreamy. The patina continues to develop as the pots age.
ABOVE: Here, garden designer Josh Stenzel has filled the pots with a collection of succulents that complement the subdued tones of the glaze perfectly.
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