Vintage Glass Honey Jar
Sweeter than honey.
You could say we’re sweet on this jar, and here’s why: It’s a vintage gem we snapped up while scouring flea markets in Lyon, France. That tall, fluted shape was once used to store honey in pantries in Eastern Europe. And now? It’ll happily stash a fresh bouquet of flowers, toiletries in the powder room...really anything that needs a special home.
Heads up: Since every find here is totally unique, your piece may vary slightly from what is pictured.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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