This handmade Carafe Bouteille Cigogne has been manufactured in Morocco since 1940. In June 2013, the last glass factory in the country, Sover, put the key under the door, leaving customers and employees in a state of abandonment. The Beldi family came to the rescue, restarting production in a modern factory, built with old teams of Sover artisans inside the Beldi Country Club.
As this is a handmade product, you can expect to find little marks and character of an artisan-made piece. This may include variations with small bubbles, discolouration, and unevenness in the glass. Amber glassware can vary in depth of tone. Imperfections are to be expected and that's what we love about them!
Saardé's Moroccan glassware range is produced using local recycled glass, giving these materials another life. Manufactured using a proven process for over half a century.
Shipping + Returns
Orders are dispatched within 1-3 working days.
We are committed to keeping our delivery costs fair, low and fully transparent.
Free Std Shipping on Orders Over $150*
In order to keep your costs down and our pricing simple, delivery is FREE for ALL NASH + BANKS customers within Australia if you spend $150 or more on full-priced items in one transaction*.
Express Shipping and Click & Collect options also available.
This does not include BULKY ITEMS. You'll either be charged shipping on bulky items at the checkout or we will contact you separately with a freight quote. Please see individual product pages to see if an item is considered BULKY.
*Free shipping does not apply to international orders.
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For information about returns, please check our returns policy.
About The Brand
Saardé (pronounced sar-day) is a design-led brand, that creates considered, textured, pared-back goods for home, body & travel. Their brand name originates from the Turkish word “sade” which means “simple”. It reflects our philosophy & ethos which translate into our products, brand, and lifestyle.
They design their products in-house in Australia with an ethical and sustainable focus and are very selective when it comes to choosing their makers. They work with small producers, in small batches and never aim for the mass market; everything has to be made or finished by hand as their goods are for people looking for something really special.