62 Mediterranean Food Containers and Storage
Storage is a never-ending conundrum in a kitchen, regardless of whether yours includes a pantry, or you're currently storing your canned goods in the oven. There never seems to be enough space for what you need, and placing items out on the counter in dingy plastic container just isn't an ideal option. Picking something that's visually pleasing and functional can be a bit of a dilemma. More
Dress your table with beautiful Italian glass and dress your salad the old fashioned Italian way - with oil and vinegar.
this hand made iron Bowl is from Mexico and has two handels, and hand made clavos all around the perimeter of the bowl, this Bowl would be great inside of your home to hold any dry food, or outside to hold a plant or other objects, it is very nicely rusted and has a primitive look to it.
Two wicker encased wine bottle demijohns in light blue green colored glass. These are smaller in size and the pair displays well with the larger demijohns. I have one listed that would look awesome together as a trio.
A 1Liter French bottle with working porcelain top. Top reads Bouteilles Conserves L'Ideale S.G.D.G..
Beautiful and unique earthenware, double-handled vessel used at one time to store grains, olives, oils, or prepared foods. Adds a touch of rustic Mediterranean flair to any home décor.
New from the GG Collection, this set of hand-blown glass canisters are highlighted with intricate metal touches and nestled in a decorative metal tray. Celebrating the union of style and craftsmanship they make an elegant addition to kitchen or bathroom countertops.
This little salt and pepper set is perfection! Comes with a salt and pepper shaker as well as 2 glass vials with stoppers for oil or maybe some balsamic vinegar.
The wonderfully intricate floral patterns of these classically styled Talavera kitchen canisters will complement any kitchen décor! The ceramic of these Talavera canisters is hand-painted in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico, and embodies all the charm of Mexican Talavera. The Talavera canister lids sit...
A beautiful textured glass and burnished cast aluminum canister with an attached scoop to boldly go where sensational storage has never gone before. As a kitchen accessory we can envision coffee, loose tea or even cereal housed in an easy to access format, but perhaps you see jelly beans making a...
Inspired by the classic elegance of a beautiful Tuscan vineyard this line of wrought iron serving pieces and accessories brings old world elegance to your home. Wrought iron is hand forged and painted.
A petite size French enamel lunch pail in a pale yellow speckled pattern at the exterior and green and black colors interior. Metal handle for easy carrying; beautiful octagonal shape.
Majolica pottery originated in the 16th century and is primarily distinguished by the milky-white glaze used after the first firing. Majolica pottery is a diverse category of clay arts under which, Spanish-influenced Talavera and Italian Maiolica are sub-genres. Mexican Majolica primarily differs...
This perfect family-sized salad bowl in solid mango holds plenty of greens and really delivers with an engaging avocado green exterior that stands out on a well-dressed table, indoors or out. Paired with the Casual Dining hard-carved salad servers, which are light, look good on the table and make...
New from the GG Collection, this set of ceramic canisters are highlighted with intricate metal touches and nestled in a decorative metal tray. Celebrating the union of style and craftsmanship they make an elegant addition to kitchen or bathroom countertops.
These colorful, handmade Talavera bowls are a perfect highlight to any dining table, serving area, or wall. The bowls are ideal for serving any type of food or drink in Southwest style. As decoration, the bowls will make a colorful addition to any room's décor. This particular collection is...
A mirror image of the SubZero's on the other side of the room, these ingenious custom pantries hide an integrated warming drawer, pots and pan storage, vertical dividers and deep 24" shelving. The toe space is build flush as a valance by Kabinart
I love the Tuscan feeling of this utensil holder. Holders like this sit out on your counter day in and day out. It's important that they're functional and great to look at. I like the nice wide mouth of this one and the design and glazing is beautiful.
Country Milk Bottle with fantastic graphics. The bottle is from O'Connell Diary, Athol Mass with the slogan "Our Milk Assures Protection and Safety"
Galvanized metal bucket once used for lazy beach days, perfect patina and rust. Use as display or repurpose into a light fixture for your home.
vintage "PYREX" clear glass jar w/ lid wave like ripples on top & bottom detached lid w/ short handle solid glass, very heavy.
Lovely pair of amber glass apothecary bottles complete with a heart shaped glass stoppers. Great vintage condition for age and wear and do not have any chips or cracks; tiny bubbles in the glass. A must have addition to any vintage bottle collection; circa 1930s.
Vintage insulated picnic travel cooler or ice box; features removable handles, an interior metal box with a lid, and a working, snapping latch on the outside.
Vintage French enamelware pitcher in the "Rose of India" pattern, blue pattern on white background, circa 1920s. This is a beautiful pattern that is becoming harder to find in French enamelware.
Vintage ceramic lily of the valley pitcher with rope design handle and gilt accents. Design depicts a ring of leaves and flowers decoratively composed around the top center of pitcher. Crackle glaze.
With a strong and minimal geometric profile, this ceramic pitcher possesses an everlasting design presence. Circa 1950
Beautiful bright fire engine red enameling which is enhanced by thick white bands on the body and lid as well as still vibrant, finer gold trims. The word "SEL" is written in white Gothic style lettering. The body of this wall hanging salt box is ribbed giving texture to the piece. It has its...
Set of three (sizes may vary) vintage emerald green Bülach canning jars. Manufactured between 1915 and 1960's near Zurich, these canning jars were the essential to every Swiss cellar to store the annual harvest.
Sell on Houzz - Learn More