Godinger Shannon Scalloped Glass Pitcher, 46-Oz
Last updated date: April 12, 2021
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While the 8-inch-tall pitcher only holds 46 ounces of liquid, it features a scalloped top with a curved glass handle for easy holding. The product is made with fine leaded crystal and has intricate designs on its exterior.
In our analysis of 18 expert reviews, the Godinger Godinger Shannon Scalloped Glass Pitcher, 46-Oz placed 8th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Coordinating serveware available. Crafted of fine leaded crystal featuring intricate cut designs. Delicate hand-cut design. Gracefully scalloped top with a curved glass handle for easy holding. Holds up to 46 oz. of liquid.
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An Overview On Glass Pitchers
Lemonade, cold-brew coffee, sangria, hot tea — you can make an endless roster of delicious beverages with glass pitchers, which come in as many shapes and sizes as the liquids you can store in them. Choose from the most classic round-bodied variety that doesn’t come with a lid. Or go for one that’s equipped with features like a stainless-steel lid with a filter for straining, a lockable, no-drip lid or scale lines for measuring liquids.
Some of the most advanced pitchers are made of heat-resistant glass, allowing users to store hot and cold beverages. There are even options that are stovetop safe and double as a tea kettle.
Which pitcher is best for you truly depends on how you plan to use it. If you’re looking for a party-ready option to craft your own big-batch cocktails like sangria or margaritas, look for one with a capacity of at least 68 ounces. Or if you plan to make teas or infuse water and other beverages with fruits or herbs, get one with a straining lid.
The Glass Pitcher Buying Guide
- Heat-safe pitchers are often made from borosilicate glass, which contains boron trioxide, a material that allows for a very low coefficient of thermal expansion. Because it won’t crack under extreme temperature changes, the material is often used in glassware produced for laboratories, wineries and restaurants.
- Don’t use your glass pitcher on the stovetop or put it in the dishwasher unless the manufacturer’s instructions indicate it is safe to do so. And even if the product is heat-safe, it may not be suitable for prolong exposure to high temperatures (for example, you may be able to store hot coffee and tea but can’t use it on the stove).
- If you’re shopping for a pitcher with a lid, pay attention to what material the top is made from; ones made from glass or stainless steel are often more durable and less likely to contain toxins those constructed with plastic.
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