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A touch of colour makes preserving, storing, decorating and gifting even more fun. The chic, Smokey Grey Preserving Jars from Leifheit will transform your living areas and your garden into a colourful, feel-good oasis. The 1 litre jar is ideal for storing pickled fruit and vegetables, crisp layered salads, smoothies and desserts, and can also be used to serve your handiwork in a decorative way. Thanks to the large opening, the jars are easy to fill and the contents are easy to get out too. They make the perfect gift, thanks to an air-tight, aluminium lid that ensures the contents stay fresher for longer. The lid is also the ideal place to label the contents, or to write a thoughtful message if you are giving them as gifts. What is particularly special: that the subtle colour makes the glass extremely versatile. The possibilities are endless. not only is it great for preserving, but you can use it as a storage jar for muesli, rice, pasta, coffee, sugar or as a candy jar, a lantern or even a vase. it even makes a perfect home for office supplies and kitchen utensils, such as wooden spoons and spatulas. And let’s not forget all the possible creative DIY projects it can become – within moments it can be converted into a soap dispenser or a hanging lamp. The coloured jars are also perfect for preserving, as they can be filled hot (up to 100°C). Moreover, they are dishwasher friendly for easy cleaning. The jars and lids are made in Germany.
  • Extremely versatile, whether as a preserving or storage jar, vase, lantern or decorative piece
  • May be filled with hot contents (up to 100°C), making it ideal for preserving (pasteurisation), but are unsuitable for use in a saucepan, oven or electrical preserver (sterilisation)
  • Air-tight aluminium lid with labelling option (prevent lid from coming into contact with fatty foods)
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Protect the coloured coating by preventing the outside of the jar from coming into contact with pointed, sharp or rough objects
  • Volume: 1 litre
  • Made in Germany