urns or ginger jars into lamps. Lamps are a good way to incorporate a touch of blue and white that isn't too overpowering. There's no reason to search the globe for a matching pair; if you stumble across pieces you love, it's so easy to have them converted into lamps. I did it a few years ago with a pair
get a jar in these colours? My grandparents have several similar jars, however they are all blue and white.
temple jar in coral by Williams Sonoma. Very similar to the one above. http://www.wshome.com/products/4714234/index.cfm?clg=79&bnrid=5270501&cm_ven=Shopping&cm_cat=NexTag&cm_pla=default&cm_ite=default
term "ginger jars" to refer to all Chinese-style lidded ceramic pots, there are some subtle differences. Ginger jars typically have a bulbous body with a slightly rounded, yet otherwise flat top. Whereas a temple jar is known for its fishtail shape and, perhaps most important, a protrusion on the top