Leech Jars


Our leech jars date back to 19th century France


Consider the leech jar. Stately outsized goblet-style pieces of glassware, these date back to 19th century France, but have a thoroughly modern, albeit surprising, appeal. Each entirely unique, fill them with fresh flowers, or curated collections of anything of your liking. See our entire collection of glassware here.

Leech jars of every variety

La Soufflerie's handblown glass made in France

Anttique glassware

Astier de Villatte's Pique Flower Holder


Astier de Villatte was born in the 1990s but the roots of its signature ceramic designs date back to the 18th and 19th century. While glossy white glazed ceramic pieces have become their much sought-after trademark. Explore the full collection here.

Glazed terra cotta plates and platter by Astier de Villatte

Astier's Joséphine Bowl on Stand with Hands among the Nara Box & Lion Sugar Bowl


Our New York shops on Second Street are open Tuesday-Sunday from 11:30-6:00. Our Christopher Street shop is currently closed for renovations. We hope to see you in person soon. Follow us on instagram @johnderiancompany

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