Footed Bonbon Jar 29cm Tilda

by Solavia
+£3.95 standard delivery
  • out of stock


This tall jar is going to be a good fit for any place in your home where you don't have a lot of space. Its narrow profile ensures that it will fit into tight corners and you'll also be able to store items underneath the elevated platform. At the bottom this pieces rests on a solid glass base. This wide base ensures that this jar remains sturdy. The thick stem gradually tapers upward from the base, running into the main container. The container itself is deep and has a wide diameter, giving you a generous amount of space to store fruits, candies, nuts, cupcakes, scones or even an over-sized candle. A large lid on top of the container ensures that anything you keep inside will stay fresh. On top of the lid is a large glass handle which makes the lid easy to grab and difficult to drop. This whole unit is made out of high quality glass and won't break with regular use.

We recommend washing this piece by hand so that it keeps its sheen.

Height: 29 cm. Diameter: 15 cm.

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DestinationDelivery cost
Mainland UK - standard delivery £3.95
Mainland UK - next day delivery (order before 11am) £5.95
Northern Ireland £3.95
Highands/Islands of Scotland £15.50
Channel Islands £15.50
Northern/Eastern/Southern Europe £28.95
Western Europe £28.95
Ireland £13.95
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