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Glass Canister Jar

Glass Canister Jars: See-Through Convenience with Tight Seal Lids

Glass Canister Jar

Glass Canister Jars: See-Through Convenience with Tight Seal Lids

WAS:  $9.95- $14.95
NOW: $7.99 - $11.99
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For safely storing pasta, flour, cereal, sugar, and coffee, nothing beats these ceramic-topped glass kitchen canisters. Clear glass allows you to see when to refill; white ceramic tops with airtight rubber seals look great on countertops while ensuring that contents remain fresh and clean. Buy the size you need or the entire canister set. Hand wash only. Each jar is 4" square; 52 oz. is 8½" tall, 64 oz. is 10" tall, and 84 oz. is 13" tall.

  • Clear glass bases to see contents
  • White ceramic lids
  • Airtight seals keep bugs out and freshness in

The perfect size for spaghetti, coffee, and cereal, these airtight canisters look classic on any kitchen counter.

Glass Canister Jar


Glass, Ceramic


Handwash Only

Sizing & Specifications

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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Great for storing pasta I've bought four of these storage jars specifically for storing pasta in. The largest is perfect for spaghetti or similar size noodles. Unless you refrigerate, pantry moths get into any grain product if it sits on the shelf too long. July 22, 2013
Space saving, but not airtight Although these canisters look great on my counter and save space, they are not quite big enough to store sugar and flour, and they are also not airtight. They will be good for storing pasta or beans, but I wouldn't recommend them for any other purpose. December 11, 2012
Not Airtight!!! I ordered 6 of these canisters and in the first shipment only got 3, and one was cracked. I called right away and VCS was great about sending out 4 more, 1 to replace the cracked one and the other 3 that I hadn't gotten. I just washed the two and neither one is airtight, even after I struggle to adjust the tops. I put some soapy water into them and shook them to clean them, and water just kept fizzing out of the tops at the seams where the rubber ring was. I am still going to try to use them for food storage and hope that the bugs don't get in as I can't find any other in the large size for pasta and I think it would be too much of a hassle to return them, but am disappointed that they are not airtight, as it says in the description. November 9, 2012
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