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The glass jugs were initially made for a British teatime with milk and sugar, but it could be used for any substance. The jug has three spouts, which are evenly placed allowing the user to pour without turning the jug to face them.
The design with three spouts is conceptual and formal and should be functional and aesthetically pleasing as well.
The prototypes are hand blown and made of borosilicate glass, which making them heat-proof and robust. The look of a chemical utensil is desired and provides a nice contrast in the context of culinary use.