Ginger Jars

Ginger jars have a rich history both as storage vessels in ancient China and in the home decor world as a result of their go-with-anything (traditional) blue and white finish and sensuous silhouette.


Classic blue-and-white florals, evoking Chinese porcelain, adorns the Tao Garden indoor–outdoor garden stool.
Home Depot;


Katie Kime
Designer Katie Kime used these curvaceous jars as inspiration for wallpaper, notecards, and fabrics.
Set of 4 napkins, $48;


Martha Stewart Collection
This decorative pillow prominently features the iconic shape and color of traditional ginger jars.
$70; Macy’s;


Ethan Allen
This extra large, handmade, black-and-white specimen was created using centuries-old techniques (artists must apprentice for 10 years) and materials from Jiangxi.
$1,209; Ethan Allen
8780 W. 101st Ave., Westminster; 303.460.0694
8215 S. Chester St., Centennial; 303.858.8374


Williams-Sonoma Home
The delicately sized and hand-painted petite ginger jar candle features a light scent.