I've adopted these as my new yoghurt jars. Two of them are 1 litre in size so that works really well, but I do wish I had a really long handled spoon to reach the bottom easily with the tall thin one.
I first saw these jars at an expensive little boutique filled with homemade tomato sauce. I bought two of them in spite of the price because I loved the jars and thought I'd never see them again. It turned out that they were kind of the standard canning jars of Australia. Who knew?
I now have some 3" and 4" jars (which are great for granola) and they are scattered around my pantry, fridge and garden seed storage areas.
Where you will not find them is the cool room with anything actually canned in them. I don't trust the lack of "pop" sound. For canning, I need the reassuring pop of the mason jar lid to make sure that it's sealed. Plus I don't have enough lids or the rubber rings for inside the Vacola jar.
If there are any Aussies reading this, please send more jars and a pair of Rossi boots. I should have stocked up on a few things apparently. Thanks!