Tupperware spice tower, 1976
Tupperware spice tower, 1976.
Set of four Tupperware spice jars in red, brown, orange and yellow. Sprinkles on the top. One jar with lid, this closes the herb tower when it is stacked. The other jars are closed when they are stacked as one forms the lid of the other when placed in the tower.
Included in the collection of the Boymans Museum in Rotterdam!
Very successful stackable spice jars made by Tupperware. Beautiful, practical and very much 70's alike!
This Tupperware spice tower from 1976 is in a neat original vintage condition with slight traces of use.
- Height: 5.2 cm (jar)
- Total height: 21 cm (tower)
- Diameter: 6.5 cm
Tupperware is the name of a home products line that includes preparation, storage, containment, and serving products for the kitchen and home. It also includes plastic containers used to store goods and/or food. In 1942, Earl Tupper developed his first bell-shaped container; the brand products were introduced to the public in 1948.
Tupperware was developed in 1946 by Earl Silas Tupper (1907–83) in Leominster, Massachusetts. He developed plastic containers used in households to contain food and keep it airtight. The once-patented "burping seal" is a famous aspect of Tupperware, which distinguished it from competitors. Earl Tupper invented the plastic for Tupperware already in 1938, but the product only worked with the emergence of the sale through a presentation in a party setting. In 1949, Tupperware introduced the 'Wonderlier Bowl' that gave a start to a revolutionary range of kitchen utensils.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
Herbal Tower - Herb Pots - Herb Spreader
Spices - herbs
Red - yellow - brown - orange
Tupperware Brands Corporation
Polyethylene - plasic
Nice used vintage condition
21,00 cm - 5,25 cm per jar