Olive Oil Dispenser

£125.00

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An oil dispenser who’s form has been crafted to elegantly match its function – pour freely from the vessel and the lower spout will catch the last drops of oil and feed them back into the body. You will never lose a drop.

Each piece is hand made in France. The technique of free hand blowing is used and these objects are made without a mould – as such each piece is completely unique, slight nuances are to be expected and revered.

Material: Borosilicate Glass

Dimensions: L 12.7cm x H 23cm

Care Details: Borosilicate glass is used for all Laurence Brabant Editions' pieces. Originally developed under the the brand Pyrex, this glass has been used for nearly a century for both laboratory glassware and cooking ustensils it is resistant to thermal shocks (such as hot liquids or dishwashers) making it exceptionally durable.

This brand is the collaboration of designer Laurence Brabant and glassmaker Alain Villechange. - together they design and manufacture refined utility pieces for an enchanted daily life. Laurence Brabant Editions creates objects with the understanding that the pieces which furnish our everyday living are more than their mere materiality. With a certain poeticism their glassware plays with transparency, color, and form which combine to evoke a visual impression of movement. Their playful designs are synonymous with childhood yet the delicacy of the glass is incredibly refined - their pieces are dynamic and will assume centre stage in any space. 

United Kingdom: 2-3 working days – £5
Europe: 3-5 working days – £15
USA, Canada & Australia: 3-5 working days – £25
Gulf Countries: 5-10 working days – £40

Larger items shipping cost may vary and will be calculated at checkout.

*Due to unforeseen delays that are caused by COVID-19 closures and staff shortages, we cannot guarantee these shipping windows but always endeavour to communicate if and when there are delays.

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