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COCOCOZY Demijohn, Large

$199.00

Inspired by the vessels once used to transport and store wine, this large recycled glass accent is created by European artisans using original molds. Each COCOCOZY Demijohn is affixed with a decorative, reclaimed wood topper engraved with a signature COCOCOZY design. This demijohn makes the perfect home accent for open shelving, table centerpieces or countertop styling. Pair with the small and medium COCOCOZY Demijohns to make a statement in your home, or style alone. 

  • Mouth-blown from recycled glass by artisans in Europe.
  • Due to the use of recycled glass, dips and bubbles that normally occur in recycled materials may be apparent.

The COCOCOZY x etúHOME collaboration celebrates diversity through serveware as functional art. Rooted in promoting inclusivity in design, etúHOME has come together with Colette Shelton of COCOCOZY, the esteemed interior design expert, to create dual purpose products. The collection incorporates COCOCOZY’s signature patterns inspired by Colette’s heritage and family visits to France with etúHOME’s sustainable practices and honest materials. Read more about the collaboration here.

Weight: 7.0 lbs
Length: 14 inches
Width: 14 inches
Height: 24 1/2 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.

Sustainably Sourced Wood

Sustainably Sourced Wood

This is produced from responsibly sourced wood from Europe.

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.