Colonial Jug Canister-Pour top

$39.95

These pour top colonial jug canisters are not only very useful but also fun and unique! Whether you decide to store pasta, rice or lentils on your kitchen counter or q-tips and cotton balls in your bath, you will certainly love the versatility it has.

You may prefer to use it for entertaining, perfect for mints, nuts or anything that you can ‘pour’; a nice and subtle way of keeping dirty hands out of the candy dish!

Repurposed from a Carlo Rossi wine bottle, our colonial jug canisters are hand crafted and made in the U.S.A. Awesome gift idea too!

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If you are looking for something different, then you will love our colonial jug canisters! They are not only wonderful for entertaining but also can be used for every day storage too! The pour top colonial jug canister has many uses; it is great for storing rice, lentils, pasta or even cereal! Or for pet owners, keep treats in the upper half and dry kibble in the lower half.

Its just the right size to leave on your kitchen counter so that it is always nearby and convenient to access! Or, you may decide to use the pour top colonial jug canister at your next party or gathering, keep cashews or peanuts in the upper half; the pour top will allow your guests to serve themselves without having to ‘reach in the peanut dish’! No matter which way you to prefer to use these colonial jug canisters, they are sure to be a hit!

Made from a repurposed Carlo Rossi wine bottle, our colonial jug canister makes a unique and thoughtful gift. Handcrafted in the United States of America.

Your purchase helps us!┬áRevenues generated by your purchase helps with the cost of the upkeep of the rare farm animals living at Dalby Farm. These animals are considered to be ‘Ambassadors’ of their breeds and are a critical part of the children’s educational programs offered at Dalby Farm. For more information visit www.dalbyfarm.com.

Photos courtesy of Home-Crafts.com

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