Simona is a romantic type of Parisian pot that we imagine has appeared in countless French homes since the peak of its popularity in the 1820s-1860s. This style of pots was first created in Paris’ Latin Quarter, but – alas! – the original artist’s name remains a mystery.

Years ago, Steffen Berg spotted a delightful pot in the middle of a flea market in Montmartre that inspired him to create the Simona Pot. Today they have it made by their Tuscan potters.

After 75 years of family run business, Bergs Potter’s wares are still created with love in Tuscany, now sold in Scandinavia, Finland, Germany, France, Great Britain and the US, and still live on from one generation to the next.

Saucer Included.