Pots and Jugs
Bunzlau pitchers and jugs
Already in the 16th century there was an excellent pottery in Boleslawiec, which produced coveted ceramic tableware.
The vessels quickly found widespread use in numerous households. Thanks to its versatility, the dishes soon became an indispensable kitchen aid. An important advantage of the kitchen and eating utensils is their fire resistance.
The clay is obtained in Boleslawiec-Naumburg in Silesia and is partly handcrafted according to the old forms in Polish factories. The very durable and abrasion-resistant underglaze decorations are applied by hand to each container with a spray balloon, sponge or brush. In the two subsequent firing processes at 800 ° C and 1250 ° C, the vessels get their estimated shelf life.
Despite the further development of the pottery craft, the popular traditional decors have largely been preserved. Today, sponge and spray decor technology are still used primarily.
The well-known high quality of the products continues to inspire a large customer base. The Bunzlau cans and jugs are free of harmful substances. They are also dishwasher safe and can be used in the oven or in the microwave. For cooling, food can be safely placed in the fridge in the container.
A fine example is the Bunzlau ceramic teapot with strainer at the outlet:
Item number: H-044201-8
This beautiful bulbous teapot has a handle and a lid. Another plus is the integrated sieve in the spout. This blue and white jug is a gem on every table - at home or in the catering trade.
Their diameter is 25 cm, the height 21, 60 cm. It weighs 1.17 kg and has a capacity of 1.7 l.
The Bunzlau ceramic coffee pot without strainer at the outlet is recommended for coffee lovers:
Item number: H-044414-41
This tasteful coffee pot has a straight shape with a handle and lid. Each jug is made by hand.
The timelessly beautiful blue and white decor always gives it a classy appearance.
Both cans can also be used as jugs without a lid. Anyone who owns a piece of these inimitable vessels may become a passionate collector of this ceramic, which is still trendy.