Welcome to the daily series “In Search Of,” where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today, it’s all about “Pitchers” and we’ve got loads of them.
Fill it to the brim with lemonade this summer or arrange a bouquet of sunflowers in a glass pitcher during its offseason. Pitchers are perfect for homemade iced tea or as a makeshift vase and we’re loving the assortment of vessels we’re seeing on Krrb.
Finnish Butterfly Pitcher in Denver, Colorado
A classic milk pitcher made by Finnish designer Kaj Franck in the 1960s.
Find it on Embee‘s Corner. $49.
Green Mini Pitcher in Providence, Rhode Island
This little thing is the perfect bud vase or creamer.
Find it on The Astor Room‘s Corner. $11.
Ironstone Pitcher in Lyndhurst, New Jersey
Ironstone is a rock used in some ceramics and adds shine to this classic water pitcher.
Find it on LilacBlancHome‘s Corner. $65.
White Embossed Pitcher in Los Angeles, California
A flower pattern decorates the edge of this cream pitcher. Filled with wildflowers, it makes a great centerpiece.
Find it on Sweetladyjune‘s Corner. $18.
Clear Glass Pitcher in Riverside, Baltimore
A curvy pinched spout and handle add graceful lines to this vintage pitcher. Fill it with ice water, fresh raspberries, lemon slices and mint leaves.
Find it on Rustbelt Treasures‘ Corner. $25.
Miniature Pottery Pitcher in Brooklyn, New York
At just $10, this pitcher is a steal. The punchy teal color complements a bouquet of daisies.
Find it on TanyaB‘s Corner. $10.
Smoked Glass Martini Pitcher in Chicago, Illinois
Imagine Don Draper stirring his martinis in this smoked-glass pitcher.
Find it on Lisa‘s Corner. $25.
Cocktail Pitcher in Wilmington, North Carolina
Crafted from chrome and lucite, this Mid-Century piece completes your retro barware set.
Find it on PaperWoodVintage‘s Corner. $32.