Kilner Shaker Lid Jar 250ml

Kilner have been making durable and high quality glass jars and bottles since 1842. Made in England. Non - toxic and BPA free. Glass jar with wide mouth moveable shaker lid for dispensing herbs and spices. 250ml.

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  • Reusable instead of disposable.
  • Non-toxic glass is an impermeable, non porous and infinitely recyclable material completely free of harmful chemicals.


  • High quality glass jar designed to be reused.
  • Perfect way to organise and store dried foods.
  • Simply twist the lid to dispense different sizes of ingredients.
  • Use to serve and dispense dried spices and herbs.
  • Top rack dishwasher safe, handwash lids seperately.
  • BPA free.
  • Microwave safe.


8.2cm (H) x 8cm (W) x 8cm (L) 250ml. Glass jar, stainless steel twist shaker lid.

Made in England.

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    By (Gordon, Australia) on 21 March 2019 (Kilner Shaker Lid Jar 250ml) :

    Versatile Shaker Jar

    Love this jar as it has so many uses. I have one that I use for my pink Himalayan salt and another that I use for dry shampoo. The Kilner jars are have duty and last ages.

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    By (MCKINNON, Australia) on 01 Jan. 2019 (Kilner Shaker Lid Jar 250ml) :

    Cute jar and great size

    I bought this jar to make a DIY dry hair shampoo. It is a good size for the amount of product I made and is easily transportable. I also love all the different holes so you can choose how much of a given powder you want to use. Great for the bathroom and kitchen - will definitely buy more!

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    By (Cooma, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (Kilner Shaker Lid Jar 250ml) :

    Well Made

    I bought this to shake out a little flour when shaping bread doughs. It's a good handy size. However, the finer openings don't work for flour, but the other two are OK.

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