Fallen Antler Soup Tureen

Vagabond House
$199.00
Current Stock:
SKU:
VHCB321FA
Availability:
IN STOCK ships in 2-3 business days
Dimensions:
11.25 in L x 9 in W x 11 in H
Species:
Antler
Kitchen-Dining Products:
Bowls
Materials:
Porcelain

A stoneware tureen glazed by hand and finished in a luminous white, this Fallen Antler Soup Tureen from Vagabond House is a work of art as well as a functional, classic footed soup tureen.

  • Stoneware tureen double-glazed by hand and fired twice for a luminous white finish
  • Majestic antler hand-crafted from solid lead-free pewter gives this tureen the finishing, noble touch 
  • Lead-free hand-crafted pewter will not tarnish
  • Vagabond House's classic footed soup tureen
  • Created by a team of American Designers
  • Produced in Thailand by Vagabond House
  • Hand washing is recommended

About Vagabond House

Vagabond House, a Family-owned American Pewter Tableware Company, creates stunning, handmade tableware, dinnerware, serving ware, and gift items inspired by nature.  Their American designers strive to create exceptional work that will benefit generation after generation.  Fine craftsmanship from overseas facilities, coupled with artful American design creates opportunities for functional heirlooms. Pewter, the primary material of choice, is a mix of 95% tin and antimony and copper.  It will not rust, tarnish, change or effect the taste of food or drink, requires very little maintenance and is as versatile a metal as can be.  Naturally shed antlers are used in many serving tools and handles and will gain a rich aged look over time.  And prized, rare, naturally fallen Makha wood trees are used throughout the line as well.

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  • If in stock at our facility in St Petersburg, FL, ships by the next business day
  • If in stock at the vendor ships in 3-5 business days from California
  • Ships to AK, HI and all military addresses with approximately a 7 day delay in shipping
  • International Shipping is Available
  • Expedited shipping is available to the continental US