- Style: Pitchers & Decanters
My friend loved this. She thought it was a vase and was delighted when I shared the picture of it as a carafe.
My husband was tickled pink to receive this as a gift. It s a functional, lovely piece of decor. He uses it for his tequila.
I love this pitcher. It looks terrific with my multicolored Fiestaware dishes. I bought the glasses and bowl as well.
Colorful Handcrafted Mexican Blown Glass Pitcher (84 oz), "Confetti Path"
This pitcher from Mexico are literally brimming with festive energy. The modern design of the pitcher is by Javier and Efrén, and each one is individually crafted with centuries-old blown glass techniques.
Because each piece is handmade, shape and size can vary slightly and tiny bubbles may appear within the glass. This exemplifies the hand-blown technique, making every piece a unique example of blown glass craftsmanship.
Hand-Painted Talavera Style Ceramic Pitcher from Mexico, "Raining Flowers"
Inspired by Talavera handicrafts from the town of Puebla, this pitcher from Guanajuato features elegant and colorful hand-painted floral motifs. Mexican artisan Sergio Ponce creates this beautiful design in Majolica ceramic.
Colorful Recycled Glass Pitcher Crafted in Mexico, "Ocean Confetti"
Resembling colorful confetti, pigments of blue, teal, and yellow decorate the bowl of this sleek artisanal pitcher from Mexico. Javier and Efren work with recycled glass as they hand-blow this beautiful kitchen accessory. Please accept slight variations in size and shape in this handcrafted piece.
Fluted Blue Recycled hand Blown Glass Pitcher, "Fiesta Azul"
This appealing glass pitcher in a cool blue shade is crafted by Jorge Elias Martinez in Tonala, Mexico. The artisans use recycled bottles as their base material, melting and then hand-blowing them into the desired shape. The slightly fluted shape lends itself to any table setting.