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10 Easy Pieces: Olive Oil Containers

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10 Easy Pieces: Olive Oil Containers

Izabella Simmons January 21, 2015

Purists insist that olive oil must be stored away from light and heat. Here are 10 containers that keep your liquid gold safe from both.

Metal

Above: Made of stainless steel, the Portuguese Olive Oil Drizzler Can holds 250 milliliters (8.5 ounces) and is £17.50 ($26.52) at Saudade in London.

 

Above: This elegant MUI France Stainless Steel Italian Oil Can holds 16 ounces; $41.61 from Barnes & Noble. 

Above: The handcrafted Copper Olive Oil Cruet is made by Turkish artisans; $99 from Williams-Sonoma.

Above: The Classic Spanish Oil Olive Dispenser comes in four sizes; the 1/4 liter size starts at $29.95 from La Paella. Photograph via Flotsam & Fork (which also offers the olive oil can; it’s currently sold out). 

Above: The one-liter (34-ounce) Ilsa Olive Oil Cruet comes from Italy; $39.95 from Brick Oven Baker. 

Ceramic

Above: The Seletti Olive Oil Bottle is made of porcelain and has a stainless steel stopper. The bottle is offered in two wine bottles shapes and is $37 from Design Menagerie.

Above: The wheel-thrown stoneware 10-ounce Olive Oil Dispenser is $32 from Loma Prieta Pottery on Etsy.

Above: Made by a potter in Provence, these Barbotine Olive Oil Bottles are available in medium, $27 (left), and large, $48 (right), at Quel Objet.

Above: Made of Burgundy clay, the 450 milliliter (15 ounce) Emile Henry Olive Oil Bottle comes in a range of colors and is $47 from Amazon.

 Above: These hand-thrown ceramic Olive Oil/Dressing Bottles are made by Martin Wilson and Pam Smith of Trawden Pottery in the UK; £12.50 ($18.94) from Folksy. 

Above: Farmhouse Pottery’s wheel-thrown stoneware Olive Oil Bottle, $95, is made to order.

Above: The navy blue Al Fresco Olive Oil Bottle from John Lewis is £12 ($18).

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