Enamel Carafe, 1 Liter

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These multifunctional enamel carafes can be used to measure liquids and grains, water plants or to store and display household objects. Each carafe has a 1 liter capacity and features a handy pour spout with a traditional blue border.

The short carafe displays metric units in increments of 0.2 up to 1 liter on the inside. The large carafe only displays the 1 liter mark.  

Please note, each carafe is handmade and may contain imperfections. 

Metal and enamel
  • Short carafe: 13.5 cm high 
  • Tall Carafe: 11.5 cm diameter, 16.5 cm high
Hand wash with warm water and mild soap. Not for use in microwave.

Customer Reviews

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A.G.
Accurate Measurement, Okay Quality

Ordered the short one. It looks good and the lines are accurate. The handle is hollow and water can get in through small holes if submerged. I am concerned about that water rusting the interior of the handle. The surface of the enamel is quite irregular. Asked for a replacement which had the same issues. Overall it does what it says but I would not order another.

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K.i.V.
Cute and practical!

This squat one-liter vessel is a pleasure to look at and use. Quality workmanship. Made in Romania. I use it to measure, in the sink for the soap and sponge, and for watering the plants in the kitchen!

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K.T.
I LOVE this cup to bits!

I LOVE this cup to bits! At first I bought it because “even if it doesn’t work the way I want it to, I love the look of it!” (that’s exactly what I told my husband). It turns out that not only is he handsome chap, he’s totally useful! A full dozen eggs only filled him to half full, a muffin mix that works up in a jiffy 😉 was easy to mix and pour out, and clean up is a breeze. I can’t wait to get the tall one next!

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R.J.
Excellent little pitcher

Exactly what I wanted, exactly as described and pictured on the website and excellent (quick!) service.

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D.W.

I see that the two carafes measure in liters. I had thought I would be able to escape this life without learning the metric system but am now prompted appropriately to join the rest of the world in its source of measurement ...