Ginger Jars - Where to Buy
Obviously I have a thing for ginger jars. If you’ve been following me for more than 24 hours or so you’ve probably noticed this. I have a good collection, but I honestly feel like I may never be fully satisfied and will constantly be adding (collect what you love right?).
I get a lot of questions about my go-to ginger jar shop and the truth is I don’t have one. I’ve rounded up some of my favorites spots- I’ll save the best for last and it might not be the answer you want but it’s the answer you need.
On OKL you can find a huge selection. They carry all different shapes, colors, patterns, sizes and price points. This is great if you have a specific size or style you are searching for but for someone just looking to start their collection it can seem a bit overwhelming.
I love absolutely everything Dana Gibson, but her ginger jars are especially unique. So many fun color and pattern options to make a statement whether its in your kitchen, entry, living room- you can’t go wrong. They are on the more expensive end of the spectrum, but worth the investment. You can shop her jars directly from her site (as linked above) or find them on One Kings Lane as well.
Another favorite you can find on One Kings Lane is Jana Bek. I first discovered Jana through her gorgeous brushstroke lamps and was thrilled to see her release a line of ginger jars! These handprinted beauties are their own unique pieces of art. They come in a few different colors and sizes, so you can find the perfect spot in your home.
Now this is a big guy standing around 20” inches tall! I have it in a collection of jars on my kitchen counter and it is definitely my favorite. A true classic and who doesn’t want some extra happiness vibes in their home.
Willam Sonoma offers a beautiful assortment of traditional ginger jars. Primarily blue and white but a variety of different patterns and sizes. These seem to be on the more expensive side (I know I’d wait for discount email before adding to cart, wink wink).
AHHH, my dear friend Etsy what’s not to love. Fun fact- like 75% of the furniture in our home is from Etsy. I just love that you can find almost anything you are looking for and at a great price. This includes ginger jars. And another great thing about Etsy is the ability to find true antiques and vintage pieces in excellent condition. Now make sure you do your homework and only buy from reputable shops with good reviews, but for the most part you can’t go wrong.
So what’s the best spot of ginger jars- Home Goods :) Now I know people have mixed feelings on shopping there (myself included since it can be so hit or miss). BUT when they have a big blue and white selection its usually an epic one with prices that can’t be beat. In conclusion, I recommend starting with a few Home Goods finds, mix in a good antique or two from Etsy, then add in a more colorful/fun pattern statement maker from One Kings Lane, etc and you are well on your way!