Our lucky number's two.
Set of two vintage glass canister jars in a gorgeous sea blue. They can store lots of things in your home. With a raised star on the lid and pulled in corners, they are a classic pair of glass canister jars.
The larger one stands stands 6" high with the lid by 3" wide at the base. "11" is embossed on the bottom of the jar and "13" is embossed on the lid. The smaller one stands 5" high and 2 1/2" wide at the base. "7" is embossed on the bottom and "25" is on the lid. No chips or cracks on either of them. There are a few small scratches as seen in the photos. And some scuff marks on the bottom. They both are missing the plastic ring around the bottom so it's a loose fit on the lid. Made by Anchor Hocking we think though they might be Indiana Glass.
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