A water-pot

Chantepleure is a redesign of a medieval tool.
A chantepleure is a water-pot made of earthenware, the orifice at the top, and the bottom full of small holes. Immersed in water, it quickly fills. If the opening at the top be then closed with the thumb, the vessel may be carried, and the water distributed as required.
Chantepleure has been redesigned in rotomolded plastic in order to get a light, resistant and unbreakable product.




“The chantepleure sings when it is filling up and wheeps when it is emptying”


Prices on request.

Assistant: Pauline Avrillon
Photo credits: Fabien Breuil, Christelle Perrin
Production: programme Audi talents awards.

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