Featuring a unique, whimsical design, the Bordallo Banana da Madeira Pitcher offers a striking way to serve and enjoy water, juice, and other beverages. Its attractive, artistic 1.7L jug is sure to be a conversation piece, making it perfect for any elegant gathering. Its sophisticated style will elevate any dining and entertaining experience, making it an ideal choice for those seeking to add a tasteful touch of luxury to their home. Established in 1884 by the wonderfully playful Portuguese designer Rafael Bordallo Pinheiro, the brand that bears his name has become something of an institution in his native country thanks to his iconic cabbage leaf pottery. The brand uses traditional techniques to make its inimitable ceramics, drawing inspiration from organic forms to create green cabbage plates and platters, red pepper tableware, leaf-shaped dishes, citrus dinnerware and more. Made in Portugal Made from glazed earthenware With hand painted features Perfect to set the table in style at each place setting to showcase the rest of the collection Mix and match this collection with other vegetable or plant based plates for a unique look Stamped on the bottom with company logo Dishwasher and microwave safe Dimensions in cm: W 11.0 x L 23.1 x H 26.3 - 1700 ml Collection Banana da Madeira Product type Bordallo Pinheiro Type of Piece Pitchers Product type Earthenware Weight without Package 0.965 kg Width 110 mm Length 231 mm Height 263 mm Designer Nini Andrade Silva Care InstructionMicrowave resistanceAll products are Microwave suitable, except item with metal or wooden parts. Products must not be empty when used in a microwave.Always use a handle or an appropriate glove when removing heated earthenware pieces from the microwave as they may be hot. Dishwasher resistanceAll products are Dishwasher safe, but should not be left in the dishwasher for long periods of time, after the cycle, as the generated steam can damage the pieces.- Bordallo Pinheiro products should not be used in conventional oven.- Bordallo Pinheiro’s pieces are not resistant to a great thermal variation. Avoid putting very warm pieces in cold places or in contact with cold water with a transition time.