Scarlet Fiestaware Pot with Drain Hole


Scarlet Fiestaware double-handled pot with 1/2″ drain hole began as a sugar bowl. Minus its lid, this cute little pot is now the perfect home for your favorite succulent, cactus, or small foliage plant. Pot is approximately 2 3/4″ across at the rim, 3 1/2″ wide at the base, and 2 3/4″ tall. It fits perfectly on a Fiestaware saucer or with other little pots on a bread tray. Pair it with a matching mini pitcher while supplies last.

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Scarlet Fiestaware double-handled pot with drain hole began as a sugar bowl, but is now the perfect home for your succulent, cactus, or other small houseplant. This sweet little pot is 2 3/4" tall, 2 3/4" wide at the rim, and 3 1/2" wide at the base. It's finished with a pair of rounded handles and a bright red glaze. Perfect to fill with low-growing succulents like Haworthia or creeping sedums. A garden is a collection of Fiestaware colors is nice, or pair this little pot with its matching pitcher.

Your scarlet Fiestaware double-handled pot will be bright red and nicely shaped, but the pieces I sell are factory seconds, so you should expect some variation in glazing or small flaws, such as tiny bumps, in the the surface of the pottery. Glazing variations might include inconsistent coverage with some areas, such as a rim, appearing lighter than the rest of the piece. Small chips might also be present. Many pieces, however, have no discernable defect, and might be overstock or retired colors. All are authentic Fiestaware and, as such, are bright, fun, heavy-duty, and made with high-quality materials.

Additional information

Weight0.875 lbs
Dimensions2.75 × 2.75 × 2.75 in


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Linda Gribko is an avid gardener, naturalist, author, artist, and photographer living just outside Morgantown, West Virginia, on a one-acre property she calls Yellow Bird's Rest. She's been gardening since the age of three, when she was put to work plucking rocks from the family vegetable patch, and was gifted her first growlight set-up at the age of eight. Linda is best known for her wildflower photography and the digital mandala art she creates from her nature photos, but is also a mixed media artist and published author. Her quirky first novel, "Giving Voice to Dawn", was published in November 2016 and was followed up with "The Lion's Apprentice" in June 2020. The series follows the magical romp of a woman plucked by the Universe from the cubicles of Corporate America and dropped into the crease between "this world and that" where Spirit Animals carry messages, disembodied voices spout wisdom, and you never know who might show up to walk you back home.

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