Part of the stylish Vintage range, you can combine practicality with style with the Andrew James Storage Canisters. Made from galvanised iron, these storage canisters are strong and sturdy enough to withstand frequent use even in the busiest of kitchens.
You can store generous amounts of tea bags, coffee beans, and sugar or sweetener in these secure tins to keep them fresh and free from dust and moisture. To make sure you know what is inside each tin, each one is labelled with a classic font that fits in perfectly with country kitchen or retro decor. Of course, you can use the set to store other items in if you wish, as these storage canisters will bring a beautiful vintage charm to most rooms.
This Andrew James Kitchen Storage Set contains 3 rectangular metal tins with lids, and each tin has a 12cm square footprint and is 19cm high to the top of the handle on the lid. Each one is labelled individually, with ‘Tea’, ‘Coffee’, and ‘Sugar’ so your morning routine can be as smooth and hassle-free as possible.
These storage caddies from Andrew James are part of the Vintage range, which also includes:
|Product Dimensions||12cm x 12cm x 19cm (with Lid)|
|Product Weight||0.96 kg|
|Package Dimensions||14cm x 21.4cm x 38.5cm|
|Boxed Product Weight||1.31kg|
|Capacity||2 Litre per Canister|
|Primary Material||Galvanised Iron|
|Secondary Material||Powder Paint Coating|
|Box Contains||1 x Tea Canister, 1 x Coffee Canister, 1 x Sugar Canisters, 3 x Detachable Lids|
|Additional information||Wipe Clean with a Damp Cloth|
Coffee beans, tea bags, sugar, sweetener. If you don’t mind the ‘Tea’ ‘Coffee’ and ‘Sugar’ labels and just want to add some charming vintage-style decor to your kitchen or pantry, you can store plenty of different ingredients in these spacious tins - why not store herbs, biscuits, grains, seeds, or flour?
12cm x 12cm x 19cm (with lid). 2l per canister.
No - it is best to simply wipe your Andrew James Storage Canisters with a damp cloth. See the Extra Info tab for full cleaning instructions.
Made from galvanised iron, these tins are really easy to clean. Simply rinse them under the tap to remove any old residue and then wipe them clean with a soft, damp cloth. Make sure you towel dry each tin thoroughly after washing to prevent any moisture remaining that could affect the contents when full.