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Hand-Made Sangria Pitcher

 

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Get a true taste of Spain. Make your sangria experience truly authentic: serve it from a pitcher hand-made in the artisan village of El Puente del Arzobispo, Spain. This high fire-glazed ceramic piece is designed with the traditional pinched spout to hold in fruit and ice as you pour. Hand-painted with "Sangria" on the front. Signed by the artist, who individually crafts the pitcher with unique touches, making the piece you receive a true one-of-a-kind.
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Awesome Sangria Pitcher
This is the most attractive pitcher for Sangria I have ever seen. It works awesome and holds more than my others so there is no need to be constantly re-making.The pouring spout holds back ice and if you have big piece of fruit, which is nice so you dont get the splash whne pour to cup.
December 28, 2011
so good is my new holiday gift
My new holiday gift, beautiful and practical, it was very well packed, a must have for the frequent wine and cheese party maker.
June 11, 2010
Absolutely love it!
Used this product for an outdoor summer party and aside from being beautiful, it is functional, i.e. kept the fruit and ice from all pouring out. You must be careful in cleaning it. I would recommend a medium wine glass brush to clean the inside as you do not want to put it in the dishwasher, or you can simply soak it in hot, soapy water.
July 15, 2010