Still Life Pitcher
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Pretty as a pitcher.
Inspired by an early twentieth century Belgian pitcher—part of a basin set—found at a market in Paris, this earthenware beauty can do it all. Solid enough for daily use like serving drinks, the gleaming modern lines and sweeping curves also make it a lovely, geometric holder for flowers and other centerpieces.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Rocky Luten, Mark Weinbeg, and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
No. 1 is 6.75” in diameter (10” W including handle) x 10.25” H, holds 100 ounces; No. 2 is 9” diameter (11.25” W including handle) x 13” H; holds 108 ounces; No. 3 is 6” in diameter (8.5” W including handle) x 12” H, holds 100 ounces
Care & Notes -
Wash with soapy water and towel dry. Dishwasher safe.
Meet the Maker
Sir Madam trawls flea markets for the most interesting kitchenware in order to remake and reissue the best pieces for 21st-century use. Their focus is designing timeless pieces for modern, eclectic domestic spaces.View Full Profile
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