A Little Bit Country
As sweet as a midsummer day in the country, Colleen Huth's handmade pitcher pours out pure charm. Each starts as several flat slabs of clay that Colleen presses with real wildflowers. She then constructs them by cutting, molding, and folding the clay pieces. After a bisque firing, she rubs them with iron oxide for an antique look, dips them in glaze, and high-fires them. When the pitchers come out of the kiln, they have a rustic, wabi-sabi appearance that resembles nothing we've ever seen (except her Pressed Wildflower Mug).
It would be impossible to mass-produce these. Not only is each pitcher made with its own flowers, but machines can't replicate her method. They're true works of art that are also practical, solid, and sturdy. Useful for serving beverages, or as a wildflower vase, they're food, dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe. Handmade in Wisconsin.
Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.