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A hard red-brown unglazed earthenware, used for pottery and building construction.
From Italian terra (“earth”) + cotta (“baked”)
Warm terracotta pots, either plain or with a simple pattern, are ideal.
The soil of the area does not lend itself to terracotta sculpture.
In the home garden growing strawberries in planters such as strawberry pots, tall terracotta containers with pockets for the plants to poke out of is an easy endevour.
Made of hemp and cotton, this is a tough-as-nails case with a unique terracotta, black and cream color palette.
You can enjoy the Summer Palace, Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Ciquiko Old Town, Hall of Clocks and Watches and many other such exotic destinations throughout China.
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