Campo de’ Fiori derives its name from a small piazza in Rome where owner Robin Norris’ mother used to buy fresh flowers and vegetables for the family home, Palazzo di Campitelli. Literally, Campo de’ Fiori means “Field of Flowers” and the combination of flowers and the elegance of classical Rome combined to inspire its current incarnation in the Berkshires.
This planter was originally a self portrait sculpted by Robin’s mother’s best friend, Eleanor Longear Wallace, at the Art Students League in New York in 1920, and is an homage to dear Eleanor. She loves getting new hair styles in the form of different plants. This comes to you well aged from our green houses. Aged terracotta. Each planter is unique. 5.5″D 7.5″H