Vintage inspired Hotel De L Europe Jam Sugar Lidded Jar


We’ve extended our stay and just can’t get enough of our vintage European motif pieces! LOL :) It wasn’t enough that we brought you our cheese board and salt and pepper shakers...We just HAD to take it one step further and bring you this adorably charming Hotel de l’Europe lidded jar!


We’re taking you back with us for a late afternoon stroll through the streets of France. With beautifully serene architecture and an ambiance of enchanting little shops and cafes, we picture these jam jars seated on the tables as we pass by old hotels and yummy teashops! We picture each jar filled with an assortment of different jam flavors spread across traditional French bread and delicious French cuisine.


Imagine these jam or sugar lidded jars nestled on your gorgeous buffet tables ready for all your guests to use! Arrange them next to the stunning salt and pepper shakers (found here) following your fabulous cheese board filled with delectable cheese spreads and crackers. These striking pieces placed together create the perfect French inspired space! We just LOVE the porcelain ceramic and pretty details that this piece conveys. This collection truly is a seamless way to bring Europe to your own home!


Are you inspired yet? We know we are! Whether you use these as the perfect gift or as an unexpected accent to your kitchen decor, we thought we would sweeten the deal with an AMAZING price and a $5 flat shipping rate + only $2 more for each original one!




  • Vintage inspired Hotel De L’Europe Jam Lidded Jar
  • Beautifully crafted of white Porcelain. Features: "Hotel De L'Europe" on one side
  • $5 for the first one and $2 more for each additional
  • Food Safe
  • Hand-wash with warm soapy water, towel-dry.
  • Dimensions: 5” High
  • Packed: One Per Package (you will receive one lidded jar)
  • A maximum quantity of 8 is allowed per customer. Sorry we want to make sure the most of you can get on this deal!
  • Shipping Date: Leaves our warehouse within fifteen business days