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  • $249
    Crafted entirely by hand and glazed the color of luck and good fortune, this jar makes a wonderful addition to a collection and an especially thoughtful gift. Its pleasing, round form is topped with a removable lid. 9 1/2" diam., 9 3/4" high. Made of ceramic, shaped and glazed by hand. Topped with a removable lid. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • $17.95
    Weck glass jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since 1900. These gracefully shaped juice jars are perfect for storing homemade juices and iced teas in the refrigerator, then bringing them out to the table for serving. They feature the traditional Weck glass lid with red rubber ring and metal clamps to ensure freshness. Each clear glass jar features a glass lid with rubber ring and two rustproof stainless-steel clamps for creating an airtight seal. Wide-mouth shape is easy to fill and stir.
  • $325
    A traditional ginger jar silhouette meets an organic pattern on this eye-catching vase. Beautifully handcrafted of high-fired stoneware, the blue-and-white covered jar is embellished using a masterful technique that creates a variegated linear motif. 10 3/4" diam., 17 3/4" high overall. Hand decorated using a marbling technique that allows the colors to mingle and overlap. High-fired with a semi-gloss finish. Variations inherent to the technique make each vase unique.
  • $34.95
    Weck glass jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since 1900, when German merchant Johann Weck pioneered the science of water-bath canning. Weck jars are still a reliable favorite of European home cooks for preserving and storing foods. These mini mold jars are perfect for homemade jams as well as individual portions of yogurt and chutney. For preserving foods using boiling-water-bath canning; also useful for storing dry food staples in the pantry.
  • $29.95
    Weck glass jars have been a mainstay in European kitchens since 1900, when German merchant Johann Weck pioneered the science of water-bath canning. Weck jars are still a reliable favorite of European home cooks for preserving and storing foods. These cylindrical jars are ideal for preserving asparagus, carrots, long green beans, cucumbers and other tall vegetables. For preserving foods using boiling-water canning; also useful for storing dry food staples in the pantry.
  • $249
    Crafted entirely by hand and glazed the color of luck and good fortune, this jar makes a wonderful addition to a collection and an especially thoughtful gift. 8 1/2" diam., 14 3/4" high. Made of ceramic, shaped and glazed by hand. Topped with a removable lid. Variations inherent in handcrafting make each piece unique. For decorative use only.
  • Sugg. Price: $95 Sale $49.99
    Glazed in solid navy blue, this traditional Ming form looks sleek, understated and boldly modern. Each sinuous jar is cast in porcelain and high-fired to set its deep, glossy hue. Crafted of high-fired porcelain. Crowned with a ball-topped lid. For decorative use only.
  • $99
    The timeless tranquility of Chinese ceramics finds fresh expression in this traditional porcelain temple jar. Its curving silhouette harmonizes perfectly with the airy blue-and-white botanical design and soft, lustrous sheen. Artisans paint the graceful motifs by hand, then add a subtle glazed finish for long-lasting beauty. 7 3/4" diam., 14 1/2" high. Elegant porcelain temple jar is handpainted by ceramic artists. Classic silhouette complements a variety of decorating styles.