Ceramic Water Filter
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Meet the wonderful Walter Water Filter (and then say that three times fast). This sturdy, one-of-a-kind thirst quencher is hand-built and hand-painted in Brooklyn for countertop appeal—but it's so much more than a pretty face. The top chamber takes your tap water and then lets gravity do the rest. The base will fill with crisp, clean water that'll rival its bottled peers (and involves 0 waste to boot). That’s all thanks to the included charcoal filter with a 2-year lifespan (we did the math and that's—3,000 gallons—gasp). Every single Walter is handmade by a father daughter team and may well be the prettiest hydration-forward heirloom piece around.
Photography by Julia Gartland & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Brooklyn, New York
Ceramic Water Filter: Standard porcelain, hand mixed food safe glaze and maple knob. Made in Red Hook, BK.
Forged Stand: Hand forged iron. Made in Monroe County, PA.
Charcoal Filter: Charcoal composite, food safe plastic and rubber. Made in Colorado.
Water filter consists of three hand made standard porcelain pieces: lid, top chamber, and bottom chamber. When assembled water filter measures on average 8" W x 19"H and can hold up to 1 gallon of water. Each water filter includes a Charcoal Filter and small stand. Forged Stand is purchased separately and does not come with Ceramic Water Filter.
Please note that as all pieces are hand thrown, meaning each piece will be slightly different. This includes dimensions as well as glaze design.
Care & Notes +-
Hand wash ceramic chambers with warm water and soap monthly. Gently scrub the charcoal filter with a green scrub sponge (no soap) and re-prime before re-inserting to ensure proper filtration.
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