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Naturally Cooling Ceramic Carafe
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Magisso & Simon Stevens
$27.50
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DESCRIPTION

Just cool it! Magisso's Naturally Cooling Ceramic Carafe makes it that easy to keep liquids temptingly chilled without ice cubes or refrigeration. Merely soak the black terra-cotta carafe in cold water for a couple of minutes before use and, ingeniously, evaporation keeps the contents cool for 2 to 4 hours. Good to go indoors or out, with no worries about breaking glass. And the matte black finish allows for labeling of beverages or impromptu doodles with chalk. Base and inside of the piece have a glazed finish to prevent condensation and keep liquids from staining the carafe. London-based Simon Stevens and the Finnish home products maker won the noted GIA (Global Innovation Award) for the Best Collection Design for this lo-tech but hi-style wonder.

SPECIFICATIONS
SIZE
  • 12" h x 4" dia (30.5x10.2cm)
DETAILS
  • Holds 1 l
MATERIAL
  • Naturally Cooling Ceramic
PACKAGING
  • Branded box
SHIPPING INFO
  • This item normally ships within 48 hours
  • Sale items are final and do not count towards free shipping. They cannot be exchanged and are non-refundable.
ABOUT THE BRAND: MAGISSO

MAGISSO

“The product development process of an idea is slow and takes time," says Magisso CEO Juhani Sirén. "The development of a simple and well-functioning product takes dozens or even hundreds of hours before all the small details are in order." Nonetheless, the Finnish company founded in 2008 to produce a magnetic kitchen cloth holder has grown into an influential design source for products that are thoughtfully functional, striking in appearance and effortlessly user-friendly.

Magisso home products have been recognized by CNN, InStyle, GQ, Wired, Fast Company and Apartment Therapy and received some of the world’s most prestigious design awards, including the Good Design Award. Magisso does not employ its own designers but anyone can submit their product ideas and the collective's individual creators are responsible for developing and shaping all those telling details.