Emile Henry Oil Cruet & Spoon Rest
It takes two.
We can think of two things just about every home chef keeps within arm's reach at the stove: olive oil and a wooden spoon. And with this dynamic duo, both are looking sharper than ever. The cruet offers an easy-breezy pour thanks to the anti-drip spout, all while shielding its contents from damaging light and heat. And the spoon rest? It’s saving a seat for even the sauciest of stirrers. Both are made from high-fired French Burgundy clay (read: super strong and durable).
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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