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This listing is for three vintage glass jars from the 1970's. These jars, called "La Parisienne" have a press spout to allow flour, sugar, ground coffee or salt pour. The design is a very retro red and white checkered print. Beautiful to store dry goods in a kitchen or for craft/art supplies.

7 inches high and 3 inches across (18 cm by 8 cm)

Please refer to my shop policies for combined shipping information. Merci!

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vintage french glass jars for storing foodstuff, made by Felix Potin in red and white checkered print


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: glass, plastic
  • Ships worldwide from France
  • Feedback: 753 reviews
  • Favorited by: 98 people