The Airtight Large Glass Food Storage Jar with Brass Lid is the latest from Master Class. All too often, keeping food tidy and organised means settling for bland plastic containers with no personality. That’s why Master Class created this luxurious glass storage container. With its crystal-clear glass body and burnished brass-effect lid, it stores food in absolute splendour. Pack it with dry food like pasta, cereal, rice or dried fruit, and watch it turn boring ingredients into an attractive display piece. You’ll want to keep it on show all the time. But what’s style without substance? This jar is a practical space-saving solution, featuring an airtight screw-on lid to keep food fresh, and a generous 1.5 litre (2¾ pint) capacity.
Cook with confidence using kitchen tools and equipment that are perfect for the aspiring chef. A true Master Class.
“Every household in the UK has at least 1 of our products”– Kitchen Craft
The Kitchen Craft brand is widely known, having traded for 166 years. The company was originally named Thomas Plant, after the gentleman who first established it. To give customers a better idea of what the brand is about, the name was changed in 1996 to Kitchen Craft. Although some customers still refer to them as Thomas (or Tommy) Plant.
Kitchen Craft have always been involved in houseware products. So their extensive knowledge is used to continually design and develop new products that customers want, need and desire. They are now one of the largest kitchenware suppliers in the UK, due to their knowledge of the industry and commitment to quality and style.
Kitchen Craft forms part of the Lifetime Brands Inc, one of the largest global homewares suppliers and export to more than 80 countries. They therefore have a large network of global brands and unparalleled resources.
Today Kitchen Craft offer everything you could possibly need to cook, bake, entertain, serve and store. Their extensive product range incorporates well known brands such as Master Class, Bar Craft, Colourworks and even some exciting new brands such as Paul Hollywood and Fred.