Danbury Spices of the World 24 Jar & Rack - FREE SHIP

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 13,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

This unusual spice set from The Danbury Mint features jars representing structures from around the world. It has 24 spice jars and a custom spice rack. The rack has an arched top and four shelves. The rack is 22 1/2" tall and 19" wide. The spice jars vary in size, with the smallest being 3" and the tallest about 4 1/2" and are dated 1990. As pictured on the top shelf, from the left is SAGE (The White House) ROSEMARY (Egyptian Sphinx) PEPPER (Thailand Thai Temple) NUTMEG (Dutch Windmill) CAYENNE (African Hut) BAY LEAF (Turkey's St. Sophia). On the second shelf, from the left is SAFFRON (Spain's Alcazar Castle), OREGANO (Italy's Tower of Pisa), CINNAMON (Sri Lanka Native Dwelling), THYME (England's Big Ben) CORIANDER (Moroccan Mosque), DILL (Denmark Danish Church). On the third shelf, from the left is CHILI (Mexican Mayan Pyramid), MUSTARD (German Clocktower), GINGER (Chinese Pavilion), BASIL (Russia's Saint Basil's Church), CHIVES (Switzerland Swiss Chalet), PAPRIKA (Hungarian Parliament). On the fourth shelf, from the left is PARSLEY (Greece's Parthanon), CLOVES (Irish Castle Tower), SESAME (Japanese Pagoda), CURRY (India's Taj Mahal), GARLIC (Korean Temple), TARRAGON (France's Eiffel Tower). This is a hand wash only set. With the exception of needing to be wash up, this magnificient set would make a decorative addition, as well as a real conversation piece for any kitchen.

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