Emile Henry French Ceramic Kitchen Storage Collection
The classic fruit bowl just got a major upgrade: This large ceramic wonder offers a dark and temperature-stable hiding spot for potatoes, onions, or not-quite-ripe fruits. And that shallow space in the lid? It’s saving a seat for things that need to breathe (looking at you, bananas and avocados). And here’s a fun fact: The cork lid is inspired by an old trick where people would toss wine corks in their fruit bowls to absorb extra moisture and keep fruit flies away—pretty cool, huh? This one’s so pretty that we may have to get another for the entryway, too.
This clever ceramic and cork design doesn’t just stop at fruit. The Garlic Pot helps your precious bulbs stay fresh for several weeks, with not a sprout in sight, while the Salt Cellar ensures that your go-to seasoning stays dry, clean, and clump free.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Bobbi Lin, & Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Burgundy clay and cork
Storage Bowl: 14.00" D x 6.18" H
Garlic Pot: 5.75" D x 5.30" H
Salt Cellar: 5.75" D x 3.40" H
Care & Notes +-
The ceramic bottom is oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe. Cork lid should be wiped clean.
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