Sugar Pourer by Freud

£32.00 - Sold Out

Designed in England, this stainless steel sugar pourer is simple and yet striking. The handmade sugar pourer is dishwasher safe, holds 400ml of sugar and looks fantastic alongside the stainless steel milk pourer by the same designer. The beautiful milk and sugar pourers are both designed to sit with the stainless steel cafetières and tea balls (click here to see). Part of our Tableware collection, the sugar pourer makes a fantastic gift (click here for more gift ideas) for design loving tea or coffee drinkers. You can read more about the Freud Teaballs, Cafetieres and other products in this Journal post about the designer David Freud.

    • Stainless steel.
    • Delivery of this product within mainland UK will be made using Royal Mail or Parcelforce and will cost between £3 (3-5 Working Days) and £8 (Next Working Day) depending on the shipping option selected during checkout. Orders received before 12pm (noon) GMT will ship that day (Mon-Fri). Orders received after 12pm (noon) will be shipped the next Working Day.
    • See our Delivery & Returns page for full details and information on bulk parcels, delivery to non-mainland UK and international shipping.
    • Stainless steel and wood. Size: Volume 400ml, Height 17.1cm. Dishwasher safe. We recommend drying immediately after washing with a soft clean cloth to keep that lovely shine

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Inspired by stories of his father’s inter-war life spent in the coffee houses of Central Europe, where coffee, beer, culture and conversation flowed hand in hand, David Freud founded FREUD design and café-bars in 1986. With the aim of bringing the bustle and chatter of his father’s treasured Viennese hang-outs to London and designing stunning table and glassware products for these fantastic café-bars.

Having graduated from the Courtauld Institute of Art in 1973, David’s passion for the ideas behind the way things look carries through into every aspect of FREUD, his preoccupation with the virtues of lasting design being seen not only in the beautiful table and glassware products created by the design house, but also in the FREUD buildings, which house the enterprise.