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Sora Jar - Rustic Blue
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The Sora Jars are extremely large, extremely attractive vases, accented with a rich multi layered glaze patina with a natural terracotta rim. In the HenFeathers collection of glazed pottery, it's all about the patina and the Sora Jars are great examples. The Rustic Blue glaze on these pots is exquisite with mesmerizing depth.
There are two sizes of these incredible vases and they are available individually. Both are also very large: the "Short" (a real misnomer) is over 4 feet in height and the larger "Tall" version is an incredible 5 1/2 feet high - about the average height of a 20th century woman. While both jars have a 16" diameter base, the Short version has a slightly wider profile. They are both perfect for poolside, verandas, patio corners and practically any indoor/outdoor garden setting. These large vases are also used to define large spaces; use several to line a walkway or hall or large foyer. Display individually or together in a tiered arrangement to make a special statement.
Meticulously hand made and hand finished in high fired terra cotta. Only available in the beautiful Rustic Blue glaze as shown.
Our glazed and terra cotta pottery is high fired between 990 (terra cotta) and 1000 (glazed) degrees centigrade to ensure frost resistance and durability. Due to the processes used in the manufacturing of our hand-made and hand-glazed containers, all variations with respect to firing, color, size and crackling are natural occurrences in the manufacturing process. The glazes on our containers consist of natural, not chemical, components and therefore the final color of the product will vary. This process creates the unique beauty of each piece.
Note: While the high firing temperature and quality of our glazed and terra cotta containers results in a durable and frost-resistant product, we still recommend that they be stored in a frost-free covered area in winter. If left outside, water may accumulate in the container and freeze, causing the planter to crack and break. Planters that must be left outside should be covered to prevent water, snow and ice from accumulating inside the planter.