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Andrew James Set Of 3 Glass Preserving Jars

Store homemade jams or dried foods in our preserving jars
SKU: AJ001135
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  • Set of 3 Glass Storage Jars
  • Ideal For The Kitchen or Bathroom
  • Brilliant For Crafting & Homemade Gifts
  • Includes Blue & Red Silicone Seals
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Large Glass Jars

Glass jars are both practical and decorative. You can use them store a wealth of foods, household items, or turn them into beautiful gifts like tea light holders or vases. These glass storages jars are provided in sets of 3, and you can choose between 350ml or the big glass jars at 500ml each. They have a square base and wide, circular neck that makes them easy to fill, and easy to get your spoon in.

Do They Come With Lids?

Each jar has an airtight clip lock lid, held in place with a wire hinge. They also have a silicone ring inside the lid which help maintain the airtight seal. We’ve included 3 red seals, and 3 blue ones with each set so you’ll always have a spare for cleaning, or just to colour code your jars. The silicone seals are BPA free.

Are These Jars Suitable For Homemade Jams & Preserves?

If you make your own jam, marmalade, curd or other preserves, these jars are great for storing them.  Glass jars are easy to sterilise and the airtight seal is perfect for jam jars. What’s more, the wide neck means there’s plenty of room for you to position your jam funnel, or to spoon in your preserve with minimal spills.

Can I Use These For Storing Other Foods?

You can use these storage jars in the kitchen to solve a variety of issues. Their large size means they are great for storing tea, coffee and sugar, or for food like pasta, rice, oats, nuts, dried fruit. You can also these glass jars for sweets and small biscuits or cookies. Why not use the jars for making and storing marinades, salsa, sauces and pickles. Alternatively, use them to make overnight oats or noodle pots and colourful salads as part of a packed lunch.

Idea for Glass Jars in Bathroom

This set of glass storage jars can also be used in the bathroom to keep items like makeup sponges and cotton wool balls dry and in easy reach. They are also perfect for storing bath salts, bath bombs, even the little bits of soap that need using up. Why not make your own, natural creams, shampoos and conditioners then store them in these jars, either for your own use or to give away as gifts?

Glass Jars For Decorating

You may know you can use glass jars for candles but there are many other crafting ideas you can try. Why not decorate the glass with paints, markers, glitter, sequins, balloons, twine, etc., then pop in a tealight or battery operated fairy lights for a unique lantern. 

Turn these preserving jars into a centre piece for your mantle, table, or a wedding decoration by filling them with pebbles, beads, shells or dried fruits and flowers. They are great for holding potpourri as the lid can be closed to make the scent last longer. 

If you’re an avid crafter then these jars can be used to hold gems and sequins, twine, ribbon, embroidery threads, embellishments and other small items.

Product Details
Dishwasher SafeYes
Primary MaterialGlass
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Lemon Curd Recipe

Preparation Time

10 mins

Cooking Time

15 mins




  • 4 Unwaxed Lemons
  • 200g Caster Sugar
  • 100g Unsalted Butter
  • 3 Large Eggs plus 1 Egg Yolk


  1. Zest and juice the lemons and put these in a heatproof bowl with the sugar and butter.
  2. Place the bowl over a pan of simmering water, ensuring the water doesn’t touch the bottom of the bowl.
  3. Gently whisk the eggs and egg yolk together then stir into the lemon mixture.
  4. Whisk all of the ingredients so they are well combined then leave to cook, stirring occasionally, until the mixture is thick enough to coat the back of a spoon.
  5. Remove from the heat and allow to cool.
  6. Store in airtight jars in the fridge.

Adapted from BBC Good Food

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