A mini cookie jar for keeping your animal crackers safe, as well as desk supplies, dog treats, hair ties, and other small items. The steel and glass cookie jar ("ボンボン入れ(ミニ)") was very popular during the Showa era in Japan (1950s-1970s), and was typically used for storing sweets at home and at the office. This playful graphic print features a sequence of juicy pears, perfect for the kitchen and beyond.
Measures 2.55" diameter x 3.7" height (6.5cm x 9.5cm)
Approximately 12.6 fl. oz. (375mL) capacity
Classic, colorful, contemporary: ADERIA glassware is all this and more. Each piece is handmade in Japan with techniques 200 years in the making, from 1819 when Iwasaburo Ishizuka established his glass factory in Nagoya, to 1961 when they produced their first mass glass bottles. Combining traditional craftsmanship with modern glassmaking methods, ADERIA glassware is a staple in our kitchen cabinets. We love them.