Vintage French Light Green Jars (Set of 3)
For tinctures, tonics and tiny, pretty things.
They were probably used for medicines in a past life, but these small green apothecary jars make for lovely bud vases and decorations for a shelf or mantelpiece. Or fill them up with all those small things you’ve collected but haven’t found a home for yet: Bits of moss and lichen; tiny buttons; or miniature seashells and sand. After all, their light green color looks just like the ocean shallows on a warm summer day, when you can see your toes curling in the sand. Ah, memories.
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You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more. We're sharing some of the best discoveries from our food lives. This week: We break coffee cups, eat fresh fruit in Mexico, and enjoy all kinds of desserts.