Emile Henry Ceramic Bread Box
Let them eat bread.
The care and keeping of bread is an important task, not to be taken lightly. You can’t go wrong with this ceramic bread box made of Burgundian clay: It was designed to create the perfect environment inside for its precious cargo. There’s just enough space to allow air to circulate (so you don’t get those sad, soggy crusts). And the interior walls are unglazed to absorb moisture, too. The best part? Flip that lip upside-down, and you’ve got a bread board with grooves that catch your crumbs. Voilà!
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
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