Cortona Splatterware Olive Oil Cruet Piccola


All splatterware is made to order and ships from Italy within 6-8 weeks.

Just add oil.

Olive oil– one of the most beloved ingredients you’ll find in an Italian pantry. Because of its versatility and distinctiveness, it makes sense why Italians will splurge on a high-quality extra virgin olive oil. When you have the good stuff, it’s crucial you store it properly in a cool, dark area. This ceramic olive oil cruet is a beautiful way to add vibrancy and traditional charm to your kitchen, while also protecting your precious oil from harsh sunlight. Whether you fill this bottle with homemade salad dressing or olive oil, keep it table-side so that you can liberally drizzle at whim, while also adding a unique touch to your table setting.


Known as “schizzato” in Italy, splatterware comes from humble origins. This centuries-old technique was used to easily add a splash of color to everyday earthenware which was otherwise unadorned. Our new stunning collaboration with IVO Angel and artisan Giulio Lucarini features a duo-tone Tuscan green on an ivory base. Each piece is handmade and hand-painted to order by Lucarini in his Cortona ceramic studio where he preserves this traditional art form.


What to know:

  • Handmade and hand-painted in Cortona, Italy
  • 2.4 in x 6.7 in
  • Dishwasher safe
Dimensions 2.4 × 6.7 in



Glazed terracotta

Care Instructions

Dishwasher safe. Do not place in oven.

This splatterware collection is a collaboration between IVO Angel, Giulio Lucarini, and q.b. Cucina.

IVO Angel
Founded by Jennifer Perez and Saverio Misesti, IVO Angel is a shop passionate about beautiful things. From the heart of Tuscany in Cortona Italy, they offer rare vintage objects from collector Castellani 1919, custom and handmade tableware by Guilio Lucarini, and playful Italian culture vintage inspired signs.

Giulio Lucarini
One of Cortona’s historical artisans, Giulio Lucarini is a ceramicist whose journey with clay began when he was 18 years old. Giulio’s traditional techniques and approach to making ceramics is what makes his work so special and enduring.