Twelve cool jugs and pitchers we love
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These three mid-century inspired jugs have made our top 12.
Like every beautiful and useful object, the jug deserves its time in the sun.
An open-topped jug is ideal for a summer table. Be it water, milk or sangria that you choose for the inside.
Here are our suggestions for 12 aesthetically pleasing vessels.
Made in Scheurich in West Germany in the 1960s, this vintage glossy red and black jug literally comes from a world outside our own. $150 at Mr Bigglesworthy.
Made by artist Renee Boyd, this minimalistic jug has a shibori finish, a technique borrowed from fabric dying. $70 from the Poi Room.
The Cath Kidston Daisies & Roses jug is ideal for a picnic, it's plastic so is safe to use around the kids. $25.
A simplistic design with a complicated name, the Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha can be matched to the fabric on the table. $72 from Bolt of Cloth.
In a sturdy style that's reminiscent of good old Crown Lynn, the Blue Crater jug by General Eclectic is fit to fulfill hot or cold beverage duties. $36.99 from Shut the Front Door.
Made in India, the Millifiori Jug is made of iron, with a floral design painted in enamel. $76 from ShopBop.
A weighty glass pitcher that cries out for old fashioned lemonade, the Gladys is $39.95 from Freedom.
Practical and metal on the inside, Japanese inspired on the outside, this blue and white fish jug would look pretty cool at the bach. $45 from Red Current.
A mid-century replica jug that would look at home in Don Draper's office,
the Hemingway porcelain jug by Royal Doulton is $79.99.
A version that appears to have been made in the lab, the Tube Jug by Citta Design is made of clear borosilicate glass. $39.90.
An original design by Kiwi creators Hot Art, the Ocean fat jug is almost too beautiful to pour from. $175 from The Market NZ.
Made of antique brass and glass, the Pablo jug is a great combination of utility and style. $115 from French Country.
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