A refined presence on tables, our jug is happy keeping milk chilled, dispensing gravy, or charging glasses with water through the day. Or it can also quietly earn its keep displaying a garden bouquet.
"A very lovely pitcher." - Anna Jones, cook
- Diameter: 88mm / 3.45''
- Height: 198mm / 7.79''
- Capacity: 1.14l / 40oz
- Material: Matt glazed stoneware
- Crafted in Portugal
- Designed with Ian McIntyre
With its long, half-moon handle, the jug brings elegance and height to a table. Featuring a square base and round top, our shape is a masterful combination of form and balance. A tapered neck allows it to host fresh flowers beautifully. The hand-finished spout makes for a perfect pour. Pairs well with the serving platter as a gift.
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Have your fill
Its presence on the table allows you to keep guests’ glasses topped up with chilled water, breakfast juice or a favourite wine, which it will deliver with a perfect pour.
The pitcher brings understated elegance to the table. Whether used alone or with its complementary dinner set, the jug’s sculptural form adds character to any setting.
It looks good holding a freshly cut garden spray too. The distinctive design, with its simple curved handle makes the pitcher a decorative object in its own right.
The making of
Out of the fire
Our ceramics are made by a family-run factory in Portugal. They source clay locally and craft the pieces into our designed shapes. Before the pieces are completed, they are dipped in our unique glazes and single-fired, a process which minimises emissions.
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Yes, our manufacturer carries out thorough tests to ensure the clays and glazes are safe and 100% lead-free
Yes, all our stoneware products are safe to use in the oven and microwave, to a temperature of 250 ºC. Steer clear of placing pieces straight from the oven on to a cold surface, as a measure against shock resistance.
Yes, absolutely. Our ceramics have high thermal shock resistance, and will withstand temperature variations as low as -20 ºC.
Yes, our products can be washed daily in the dishwasher. To ensure our dishes last longer it is advisable to space them so they don’t rub or bump against each other during the cycle. We recommend you wash the larger and more delicate pieces by hand, as a precaution.
No. Monoware dinnerware is not suitable for stovetop cooking or for use with an open flame.
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