Perfect for small urban plantings, Ben Wolff Pottery offers cleanlined, handmade, one-of-a-kind clay pots. They're made by Ben Wolff, son of fellow clay thrower Guy Wolff. He worked with his father for five years and is now branching out on his own. These pots are traditional yet clean and simple, fitting in with a wide range of styles. We like the grey and white clay, which lends even more of a modern appearance to the pots. Prices are not bad, ranging from $20 to about $60. The numbers stamped on each pot indicate the weight of wet clay used to make each pot. Pots are also stamped with Ben Wolff's name and are signed by him on the bottom.