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French Demijohn, Large

$95.00

The French Demijohn is inspired by antique vessels used for transporting wine and is mouth-blown by European artisans from recycled glass. This vessel is a more geometric version of our classic demijohn, featuring a sharp shoulder and fluted neck. The bottle is adorned with a large French bee glass seal to make for an elegant and timeless accent piece. Style solo on a shelf or pair with our French Mason Jars for a matching collection. Using single stem greenery, light floral arrangements or branches creates a sophisticated yet simple look in the living room or on a dining table. Imperfections can be found throughout our glass vessels. These glass bubbles, bumps and scratches are characteristic to the handmade nature of the product.

  • Each vase may vary from images shown in coloring, size, and shape.
  • Recycled glass has a slight vintage green, blue tint and can contain small bubbles and imperfections.
  • BPA, phthalate, lead and latex free
  • Watertight
  • Made in Europe 

Product Details and Dimensions 

Dimensions are approximate, and may slightly vary from those given. 

  • Overall: 7.5" diameter, 14.5" high

Care and Maintenance

  • Hand wash or spot clean with a soft, damp cloth.
Weight: 3.5 lbs
Length: 7.3 inches
Width: 7.3 inches
Height: 14.6 inches
Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect

The shape, size and surface area of this product may vary slightly from the pictures shown due to the differences in grooves, dips and bubbles that normally occur in natural and recycled materials. These identifiers are unique to each product and help to authenticate each item as one-of-a-kind.

Recycled Glass

Recycled Glass

This is made from recycled glass that has been extracted and reconditioned for a new use. Our process minimizes waste into landfills.

Time Honored

Time Honored

Made by artisans using age-old techniques that are rooted in regionally specific traditions.