York Apothecary Jar by InterDesign

York Apothecary Jar by InterDesign

i love the classic look of this jar! it's perfect for the bathroom, craft room, kitchen, or bedroom, to keep the small items that you don't want to let loose in a drawer or on a counter. sure to get you one step closer to being organized.

  • These wonderful big belly glass jars have stainless steel lids. They are so cute. I can see them in every room in my house, filled with beautiful things...

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  • I love these. No frills, clean design and quite reasonbly priced. Perfect for the bath, kitchen, any place. They also come in brown and 4 different sizes.

  • add a little midwest vintage to your life - smart reuse idea

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  • jonathan adler first tried his hand at pottery during a summer camp when he was only twelve years old. after begging his parents to buy him his own wheel & kiln, adler spent his teenage years in the basement throwing pots. jonatha... jonathan adler first tried his hand at pottery during a summer camp when he was only twelve years old. after begging his parents to buy him his own wheel & kiln, adler spent his teenage years in the basement throwing pots. jonathan adler’s first commercial pottery venture was in 1994 when he sold some of his pots to barney’s. in 1997, with the help of ‘aid to artisans’, he spent time in peru at a workshop by the sea where a creative explosion ensued. jonathan adler then opened his first store in soho the following year. between 2002-2005, adler expanded his collection from pottery to furniture & other home accessories as well as opened an additional five stores from los angeles to miami. the vice canisters are a solution for your pill bottle collection. take it to the next level and fill up jonathan adler’s hand painted collection of candid canisters with all of life’s little helpers – from sweets to sedatives. made from high-fired stoneware with hand painted details in black and white. doll canisters are available in six additional colors.

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  • jonathan adler first tried his hand at pottery during a summer camp when he was only twelve years old. after begging his parents to buy him his own wheel & kiln, adler spent his teenage years in the basement throwing pots. jonatha... jonathan adler first tried his hand at pottery during a summer camp when he was only twelve years old. after begging his parents to buy him his own wheel & kiln, adler spent his teenage years in the basement throwing pots. jonathan adler’s first commercial pottery venture was in 1994 when he sold some of his pots to barney’s. in 1997, with the help of ‘aid to artisans’, he spent time in peru at a workshop by the sea where a creative explosion ensued. jonathan adler then opened his first store in soho the following year. between 2002-2005, adler expanded his collection from pottery to furniture & other home accessories as well as opened an additional five stores from los angeles to miami. druggist is a collection of translucent porcelain vessels that are reason enough to get passionate about pottery. each piece is first thrown on the wheel and the trompe-l’oeil chains and emotions are added afterwards, evoking the impression of old apothecary jars. the jars are available in matte white or black porcelain – the unglazed finish accentuates the handcrafted details and forms of the pieces. there are also two mugs & bathroom accessories that are available in glazed white porcelain.

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  • These just look so cool to me! Very artistic! miniature jar collection from piero fornasetti, the jars feature the ever-popular 'julia' from the themes and variations series.

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  • How could these jars not put a smile on your face when you go to grap a cottonball, a q-tip, or whatever you decide to fill them with?! designed by mattia di rosa for alessi. gianni is "a little man holding on tight" when the l... How could these jars not put a smile on your face when you go to grap a cottonball, a q-tip, or whatever you decide to fill them with?! designed by mattia di rosa for alessi. gianni is "a little man holding on tight" when the lid is closed; he's a man who does handstands when the lid is open. available in 4 colors: lt. blue, pink, dark blue and yellow., and 4 sizes: 4.5" to 12".

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  • These monumental apothecary jars could look cool in a grouping. You could fill them with something organic like river stones or use them to contain an existing collection. I'd use a group of 5 as a very non-frou-frou centerpiece... These monumental apothecary jars could look cool in a grouping. You could fill them with something organic like river stones or use them to contain an existing collection. I'd use a group of 5 as a very non-frou-frou centerpiece.

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  • I love the idea of putting these gorgeous, curvaceous jars in my bathroom and filling them with cotton swaps or bar soaps - making even the most commonplace items look decadent.

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  • i love the slightly creepy vibe of these jars. the faces are beautiful, and the form of the jar echoes the face nicely. a neat gift for the design freak in your life. i love the different facial expressions. very cool.