Originally founded in the small German town of Ichendorf, this prestigious glassware manufacturer has been based in Milan since the 1990s. Drawing together the craftsmanship and design traditions of both German and Italy, the company now works with contemporary designers to produce distinctive hand-blown glass tableware.
The French butter dish design is thought to have originated in Vallauris, an area in south-eastern France known for its pottery. Its unique design keeps butter at the perfect spreading consistency, with a base that holds water, creating an airtight seal. Keeps butter fresh for around one month if temperatures are below 27°C and the water is changed regularly.
For over a century, Berard has been making olivewood items in the mountains of Royans near the northern edge of Provence. Each piece is unique, with its irregular graining and knots. This concrete and olivewood salt keeper holds up to a half-pound of cooking salt, and has an easy-open magnetic lid with stainless steel hinges.
Care: Hand wash and dry immediately – do not soak. To prevent the wood from drying, occasionally apply some vegetable oil, food safe mineral oil or beeswax. Not dishwasher safe.
This tray makes four extra large ice cubes to keep your drink colder, longer. The provided lid blocks out pesky flavors from your freezer, while an internal steel frame makes filling and transporting the tray to the freezer a breeze.