Milk jug "Township", 500 ml
A perfect mixture between retro-style and ageless modern: With this wonderful milk jug "Township" you finally can serve the milk for the cereals in a more African way than ever before.
For the beautiful, colourful and completely individual Township motifs, which give this series their name, are a real eye-catcher - not only for Africa connoisseurs and lovers.
Each jug is unique - in true Township style
The ceramic cans by the company of Kapula are produced in Bredasdorp, in the vicinity of Cape Town, in pure handwork. To give them the "Township" design matching its name, the form differs considerably from the previous ceramic forms of this company and appear a little more rustic and retro.
Pure manual work is the hallmark of these ceramics and thus distinguishes them from the usual assembly-line work from China. Each jug is hand-painted individually and lovingly. Therefore no mug equals another and each one boasts with a new, great design.
The company of Kapula produces candles and ceramics and stands for excellent quality and beautiful designs. You may also find extraordinary candles from South Africa in our product portfolio.
Different colours available
The inside of the milk jug is being painted in lively colours. Depending on stock, you may choose your preferred colour scheme.
Look forward to lovingly told stories from the Township
Who could better tell that life in the Township can also be colourful and loveable, than its inhabitants? And so, the artists from the townships decorate each jug with scenes from their own lifes. Be curious, which fascinating motif the "Township" series has to offer for you!
Suitable for dishwasher and microwave
You can place the jugs easily in the dishwasher. In addition, they are microwave-safe.
Dimensions: approx. 13 x 12 cm
Capacity: approx. 500 ml
Purely handcrafted in South Africa
Please keep in mind that the jugs "Township" are handmade in South Africa. Deviations of colours, patterns and sizes in regard of pictures and descriptions are therefore the rule.