The Sörmanland pot is made of clay from the eastern parts of the landscape. The clay is unrefined and thus retains the appearance of the earth's crust itself. It is a so-called post glacial clay that was formed during the melting of the inland ice about 10,000 years ago. It is often superficial in the ground and is commonly found in central Sweden. The clay is pressed by hand in plaster molds, then burnt and glazed. The entire process from excavating the mud to the final product is carried out by the ceramicist Ida Netterberg, operating in Gustavsberg.-Material: Clay from Sörmland-Care: Used indoors. The clay is glazed on the inside, but the outside is unglazed.