Handthrown Water Pitcher
Handcrafted from white European clay, our Handthrown Pottery Collection is created by European artisans on an original potter’s wheel. The ceramic pitchers are inspired by antique English milk jugs collected from classic 19th-century kitchens.
The raw clay is left untouched on the bottom, while the top portion is dipped in a warm, white glaze for the perfect mix of traditional design and contemporary style. Each jug features a clay seal on each side and a spout to facilitate effortless pouring. Because each vessel is made by hand, small variances can be seen and help authenticate the artisanal nature of the product.
These stoneware pieces have endless possibilities and can be used for all your serving and decorative needs thanks to their timeless form. We love filling them with fresh-squeezed orange juice during brunch or tossing in a handful of colorful stems to display on our counter.
From beginning to end, each piece requires approximately 35 hours of work. During the process, our hand-thrown pottery and bakeware are fired twice in a precision-controlled electric kiln. Crazing will typically occur during the first fire. This is the desired effect to enhance the individuality of each piece. Crazing does not affect the quality or durability of the item.
Please note, this is all part of the desired effect we strive so hard to curate and create. This collection was thrown entirely by our master potter, a very well-known and coveted ceramist in Hungary. Each piece is thrown one at a time on the potter’s wheel, making them uniquely special. Any drips, bubbles, ridges, or other imperfections, including spots in the glaze, are all part of the authentic design process. These imperfections are part of our hand-crafted “perfectly imperfect” status that Europeans are quite proud of.