Myanmar Water Jars / Food & Myanmar water jars
Use these as timeless style statements within your tropical paradise.
Half glazed, half unglazed, these earthenware water jars have remained unchanged in terms of production since the 11th century.
In Myanmar, the Myanmarese bury them in the ground to keep their water stocks cool. They are considered indispensable for the storage of fresh water.
Fill with water lilies or other aquatic plants and you may be lucky enough to attract a frog or two. Or place a simple reticulating pump into your pot and you’ve got yourself a calming, gurgling water fountain for your Balinese inspired niche.