Even the very word "bonbon" brings to mind a bygone era, before artisan chocolatiers and fusion patisseries: the times that the Japanese call the Showa period and the rest of the world calls everything between the 1920s and the 1980s. The Aderia Retro Dessert Mini Bonbon Jars allow you to recreate those times, offering a series of six 99 x 72 mm (4.9 x 4.9 x 2.3") containers with metallic lids, just like those used in Japan in the 1970s for small chocolate treats or candy.
Ishizuka, the company that makes the Aderia Retro Dessert Mini Bonbon Jars, is no stranger to those times: it has been around since 1819, so has seen trends come and go in Japanese glass-making. The company's craftspeople have drawn from their collective memory some of the most popular designs of the 1970s to produce a series of 360 ml (12.2 fl oz) containers that, despite their name, can be used for pretty much anything, not just candy. Give your kitchen, office, or living room a seriously vintage vibe!
Specs and Features:
- Designs: orange/yellow flowers, white flowers, red flowers, yellow flowers, pears, balloons
- Dimensions: 99 x 72 mm (4.9 x 4.9 x 2.3")
- Capacity: 375 ml (12.7 fl oz)
- Made by historical Gifu Prefecture glass-maker company Aderia/Ishizuka