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These small handmade Mexican talavera pitchers are from Dolores Hidalgo and made by one of our favorite workshops. Their talavera is always lead-free. We currently have several beautiful talavera designs of the pitcher in stock. Not all designs are online yet. They are meant to be used and go with the patterns that we stock in our other ceramics. Has a nice strong handle that is not wimpy. It's known as a "lechera" which means it's for milk -- it's bigger than a creamer but not as big as a water pitcher.
These pitchers can be special ordered in your preferred design on our Special Order Servingware page.
Shipping of ceramics is not free. If the packing and shipping to your destination exceeds our ceramics shipping deposit, you'll receive a Paypal invoice for the difference, within a few days of ordering.
state of origin: Guanajuatodimensions: approx 7" tall by 6.5" wide