Handblown Mexican Recycled Glass Pitcher

Article number: P-1247
Availability: In stock

While these exquisitely delicate yet surprisingly sturdy hand-blown glass pitchers are (obviously) brilliant to keep on hand for re-upping water mid-meal their subtly organic bubbles and clear walls make them a dream for beautiful infusions (hello, cucumber water) and sangria. Perfectly imperfect, the weighty bases of these substantial-yet-easy-to-heft pitchers also make them a lovely bohemian alternative to heavy leaded crystal vases. Go ahead and wrangle that centerpiece of sculptural branches, this vessel has your back. Approximately 10" tall, 4" around at the mouth, 6" base.

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.

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