Invicta 16th Anniversary Limited Time Flash Sale

Polish Stoneware Classic Heritage 33 oz & 84 oz Hand-Painted Covered Canisters

Store your favorite goodies in these charming covered canisters! Each durable, chip-resistant and hand-painted canister in this darling duo displays captivating colors of navy, ivory, yellow and orange. Stoneware canisters are great for stowing sugar, flour, sugar, candies and more. Showcase these bright and bold beauties on your kichen counter for everyone to see. Besides, they're too pretty to keep hidden in your pantry. Don't you agree?

Canister Set Includes

  • One small 33 oz canister
  • One large 84 oz canister

Canister Details

  • Material: Stoneware
  • Dimensions:
    Small Canister: 7"L x 5"W x 6"H
    Large Canister: 9-1/2"L x 7"W x 6-1/4"H
  • Capacity:
    Small Canister: 33 oz
    Large Canister: 84 oz
  • Weight:
    Small Canister: 1.8 lbs
    Large Canister: 3.4 lbs
  • Care: Dishwasher safe, oven safe up to 480°F. Avoid drastic temperature changes from extremely cold to extremely hot. Not for use on the stovetop, barbecue or broiler. Oven, dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe.
  • Country of Origin: Poland

About the Collection
Every piece of handcrafted Polish Stoneware is a heartwarming work of art. From baker dishes and bowls to accent pieces, teapots and salt and pepper shakers, every piece in this unique collection offers function and style. Each design is created at the Factory Zaklady Ceramiczne Boleslawiec, the original factory that, for more than 300 years, has been the only factory authorized to stamp "Boleslawiec" on the bottom of each signature piece.

Polish Stoneware is oven, dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe, and available in a variety of sizes and designs. The dense glazes used provide an impenetrable barrier to prevent food stains and make cleanup a breeze. Polish Stoneware is perfect for anyone who enjoys high quality, functional and beautiful kitchenware.

Twila AbramsAbout the Guest
Twila Abrams is the President and Founder of Pottery Avenue and the importer of Polish Stoneware. She discovered the unique stoneware collection while traveling through Germany and Poland after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Several years ago, she began importing the beautiful pieces to the United States. Since then, Twila has brought home millions of items and helped develop retail locations throughout the U.S. and Canada.