Travellers used flasks to hold drinks, and their particular structure meant more than one piece could be held at a time. The traditional flask was turned on the potter’s wheel in the form of a ring, hollow inside and with a stopper. Some splendid examples are on display at the Ceramic Museum in Deruta and the Wine Museum in Torgiano.
This container is inspired by the traditional pilgrim’s flask. Its ring shape enables the jug to be “worn” during transport and can be turned over the arm to elegantly and affectionately pour the drink into glasses. Suitable for public premises and stand up events in particular.