Item No. 100338399
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Sobremesa Jug

Price reduced from $85.00 to $63.75 25% off
Item No. 100338399
Extra 5% off with CYBER5

Sobremesa Jug

Price reduced from $85.00 to $63.75 25% off

The Sobremesa Jug is made of stoneware with a beautiful hand-painted design. More Details
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Sobremesa Jug
Price reduced from $85.00 to $63.75 25% off
Seeing mealtimes as ways of telling stories, New York-based artist Laila Gohar designed a special collection for HAY, with items that range from shopping baskets to mixing bowls to table linens. The collection is called, “Sobremesa,” which is the Spanish tradition of relaxing and enjoying the company of friends and family at the end of a meal. The Jug is beautifully hand painted and adds a decorative touch to a kitchen counter or dining table.
  • Hand-painted design makes each Jug unique.
  • Dishwasher, microwave, and food safe.
  • Can be used for serving beverages or holding flowers.
Sobremesa Collection
General Dimensions
  • 7⅞" H 13" DIA
Product Weight
1.75 lbs
Comes fully assembled

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Sobremesa Jug

  • Height (in): 7⅞
  • Diameter (in): 13
  • Weight (lbs): 1.75
  • Stoneware

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  • Ships via FedEx

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Laila Gohar

Laila Gohar

Laila Gohar is a conceptual artist and chef who works with food as her medium. Her studio creates surreal culinary experiences that blur the line between performance and dining, often as immersive pop-up installations for art, design, and fashion events across the world. For HAY, Gohar designed the Sobremesa Collection – a series of tableware and accessories that celebrates the joy of hosting.

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