French Boisson Crockery
The tradition of making fruit vinegar is centuries old, often used for medicinal purposes as well as food preparation. Learn to make your own vinegar using these traditional French crocks. Or if making vinegar isn't the way you go, use these to serve drinks, hot or cold, to your family or guests.
Stanislas Renault first opened his workshop in Argent-Sur-Sauldre, France in 1847. For over 173 years and five generations, Poterie Renault continued to handcraft iconic stoneware from French clay (and even fired it all in the original kiln). This amazing vintage line ranges in color, size, and function. Sadly this iconic business closed its kilns permanently in the early 2010s. These are the back stock of pieces that were housed in the factory when it closed.
One usage note: When using liquids in your crock for the first time, please prep and season your cork and spout. Put water in the jug and place it over the sink to drain through the spout for 10-15 minutes. This will soak the cork and spout and help it to expand to prevent leakage. You can also soak the cork and spout in a bowl of water for 20 minutes before placing it in your jug.
- DETAILS -
- Berry Jars: 8" x 9"
- Small Water Jug: 3 liters, 10.5" x 6"
- Medium Water Jug: 5 liters
- Large Water Jug: 8 liters
Made of ceramic.
Made in France.