Licensed by Colonial Williamsburg, the Salt-Glaze Pitcher is a ceramic reproduction of a 17th and 18th Century style of pottery making. Common salt was introduced into the kiln during the firing process to give the pottery a texture look and hardened surface. Using their Colonial Williamsburg license, the Teleflora Flowers by Wire Corporation selected a colonial inspired pitcher to be recreated in the style used by the Colonists. Measuring almost six inches high by 6.75 inches wide, including the handle, this replica Salt-Glaze Pitcher features a rustic leaf design with striping on top and bottom.
The Salt-Glaze Pitcher can be used for the base of a floral arrangement, as a kitchen utensil holder, a rustic indoor planter or as a display piece to compliment a rustic decor. Weighing just over a pound, the Salt-Glaze Pitcher has the look and feel of an original colonial creation. The Salt-Glaze Pitcher adds the right touch to a bouquet of earth toned flowers.