Jars and Bottles(147 items)
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Featured Reviews on Jars and Bottles
I ordered this to use as a memorial urn
This piece is stunning! A true work of art. The craftsmanship is unbelievably beautiful. It is just as pictured and arrived packaged with great care and in perfect condition.
Unique and Pretty
I bought this because I just loved the style and bright colors. Very pleased, still trying to decide what to put inside, buttons for right now.
This is a somewhat heavy soapstone sculptured jar with elephants around the lid and the bowl. It is a really fine piece of workmanship. The sculptured elephants are etched very nicely and somewhat delicately. I really like my jar. Thank you.
"This is my talent. I don't know where my skill and love for it comes from. My heart says it's because I've seen and been involved with my parents' work since I was young."
Popular Jars and Bottles
Handcrafted Talavera-Style Mexican Ceramic Lidded Ginger Jar, "Radiant Flowers"$44.99
Flowers are dazzling as they evoke a summer garden in Guanajuato. Trimmed in cobalt blue, this colorful ginger jar re-interprets the style of Mexico's legendary Talavera ceramics. Pedro Alba crafts and paints the piece by hand, and the glaze creates the effect of low relief. it was brought to Mexico from the Orient by way of the Philippines in the late 1500s.
Colorful Gourd Decorative Jar from Peru, "Multicolored Paradise"$19.99
Painted by hand, a multicolored paradise with flowers, butterflies, and dragonflies decorate the surface of this decorative jar from Peru. Indigenous artisan Teodolinda Seguil creates this vibrantly colored jar, perfect as simple decor or for collecting small items. A cedar wood knob decorates the lid.
Handmade Ceramic Decorative Jar from Thailand, "Lanna Antique in Green"$67.99
Jaifah Aksornsri of Thailand creates this beautiful decorative jar that adds a lovely Thai accent to home decor. Hand woven bamboo is used, which is covered in clay and painted in a rich deep green color with ancient Northern Thai lettering on all sides, as well as on the lid. Woven bamboo and cotton rope adorn the exterior in a style that is traditional to Thai rice jars of old. The jar sits on a base of native raintree wood. The name comes from an ancient region in Northern Thailand that was known as the "Kingdom of a Million Rice Fields."