A home for flowers, coffee, and more.
Our rustic-cabin farmhouse fantasies never feel complete without a picture-perfect ceramic pitcher, whether it’s holding a bunch of freshly cut flowers from the garden, homemade lemonade, or just some ice water for guests. This stoneware version, inspired by American yellowware popular from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s, features a lead free glaze and white bands hand-painted by Vermont Farmhouse’s master potters.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
American-mined stoneware, lead free glaze
Medium is 4" L x 7" W x 8" H and holds 32 ounces, Large is 8" L x 4" W x 11" H and holds 80 ounces
Care & Notes
Oven, microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe.
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