Turkish Treasures…

Further to last weeks featured products, we continue to explore the exquisite range of Gather Co.Green’s incredible Turkish antiquities in store at LuMu Interiors, Double Bay.
1. French Marseille Jarres

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Originating from the port city of Marseille (a crossroads of immigration and trade since it’s founding by the Greeks around 600BC), these elegant, hardy vessels were originally olive oil containers. The tradition yellow top glaze traditionally spills over the white clay body.  These pots are perfect for indoor or outdoor planting.
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2. Anatolian Ringed Urns

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Each antique urn has travelled across the Aegean Sea from Greece to Turkey and were originally used in the olive groves of Anatolian culture. Each unique piece are delicately embedded with textural rings and are rich in history and tactility.  These pots are perfect for indoor or outdoor planting.
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3. Turkish Stone Mortars

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LuMu are proud stockists of Gather Co.Green’s incredible range of Turkish treasures including these stone and marble mortars that were originally used to grind grain. These are a beautiful rustic decorative object inside and out.
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