Woven Earthenware Basket

The unique structure of this server is inspired by baskets and lattice pie crusts.

$92.50 $ 34.99

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Echoing the everyday elegance your grandmother put into her lattice pie crusts (or the care she put into picking out the perfect bakery specimen), ceramic artisans in Portugal craft this server like a finely woven basket. They interlace strips of earthenware together over a mold to form a beautiful, basket-like bowl, then glaze and fire it with a warm, brown finish. The open lattice is ideal for keeping fruit fresh because it provides even air circulation. You can also heat it in the oven (up to 375 degrees) to keep fresh bread warm at the table. The dishwasher-safe design makes a distinctive gift or handsomely homespun addition to your countertop. Handmade in Portugal.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.

PT

Made in Portugal

Handmade
Made from
earthenware
Measurements
15.25" L x 12.75" W x 4" H; 3.75 lbs.
Ingredients
Care
Dishwasher safe
Item ID
46286

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