Exquisitely delicate yet surprisingly sturdy, these hand-blown glass carafes define luxurious necessity. You might not immediately think that you "need" an elegant solution for your bedside water, your tabletop wine, or your impromptu bouquet of blooming flowers...but you'd be wrong. A perfectly imperfect bohemian take on the classic form, these tall carafes quickly become indispensable. Looking for the traditional carafe-and-glass partnership? You're in luck: the matching hand-blown Roli Poli glasses just happen to invert perfectly over the top. Due to the handblown nature of these, the exact volume varies from vessel to vessel, but for sangria-planning-purposes: ~1 1/2 liters
About the maker: Hand-blown in a second-generation woman-run furnace in a small town in Jalisco called Tonala, each piece is individually crafted by a team of three glass blowers working in an open air studio using only recycled glass stock. Picture bougainvillea hanging over the finishing kiln. These pieces are both elegant and bohemian, simple and classic, made to be used, and loved.
Take Care: While the handblown glass can handle the occasional all-night party in the dishwasher, we like to hand wash ours to be on the safe side. As with all untempered glass, be mindful when transitioning between extreme temperatures.