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White porcelain pots
Discover the sleek design and opalescent glazed or bisque porcelain of our selection of Limoges white porcelain pots. As practical as they are attractive, they fit perfectly into the space of your choice.
Pots for every occasion
Maison Reminiscence Home offers a selection of porcelain pots in different sizes, to suit a wide range of uses. What’s more, thanks to very high temperature firing, our pots are incomparably strong. They can be used both indoors and outdoors. Each of our jars is hand-made in France, using traditional craftsmanship since the 18th century.
You might be wondering why you should buy a porcelain pot. Well, these pots aren’t just containers for your plants. Above all, they are a decorative element in their own right.
Porcelain pots have that undeniable charm that recalls a time when objects were made with care and delicacy. They add a touch of elegance and refinement to any space. Whether you place them in your living room, kitchen or even garden, they’re sure to attract the attention of your guests.
And they’re not just beautiful. They’re also very practical. Their height and length are often adapted to most flower and plant species. What’s more, they’re generally strong enough to support the weight of a growing plant.
What are the uses of porcelain pots in your home decor?
- Turn the container into a cream jug;
- In a flowerpot ;
- Why not a porcelain milk jug?
- And even as a kitchen utensil jar.
Our porcelain pots are made in our own workshops with ” made in France” know-how, premium designs and handcrafted production, which is what gives our products their unique ambience. Reminiscence Home, a boutique offering decorative objects for the home, tableware and dinner services.
Porcelain pots are delicate objects that require a certain amount of care to maintain their beauty and brilliance. Here are a few tips for maintaining your porcelain pots.
First of all, avoid leaving your porcelain pots outside during the winter. Temperature variations can cause cracks or splinters. If you can’t get them inside, be sure to protect them with a winter veil.
Then clean your porcelain pots regularly with a soft cloth and soapy water. Avoid using harsh chemicals that could damage porcelain.
Finally, if your porcelain pot has stubborn stains, you can use a mixture of white vinegar and baking soda. Apply this solution to the stain, leave for a few minutes, then rub gently with a sponge. Rinse with clean water.
By taking good care of your porcelain pots, you’ll be able to enjoy their beauty and elegance for many years to come.
Porcelain pots are more than just containers for your plants and flowers. They are a real decorative element that can bring a touch of elegance and refinement to your interior or garden.
Feel free to explore the different purchasing options available, keeping in mind the pot dimensions and the number of pots you need. And don’t forget, whether it’s an antique pot from Paris or Limoges, a porcelain pot is an objet d’art that deserves to be cared for.
So why not start enhancing your flowers now with porcelain pots? You’ll be amazed at the effect our creations can have on your space.