This classically styled pichet, a replica of the type once found in nearly every watering hole in France, embodies the particularly French obsession with form and function. This magnificent pitcher does not simply store and pour your liquids—it does so with commanding style. This is not something you hide away in a cupboard. It’s a piece of art that gets the job done, too.
The classic brown finish, known as a “salt glaze”, is an age-old style associated with pottery produced southern Burgundy, the traditional center of French ceramics.
Made from locally sourced sandstone clay and fired at over 1200*F for enhanced durability. These ceramics are handcrafted by Manufacture de Digoin, a Burgundian pottery concern with origins dating back to 1875. The nearly defunct operation was revitalized in 2014, and now produces both classic French pottery and contemporary designs.
Height: 8.5″ Volume: 1 liter