Turnco Wood Goods

Glass Jars with Hand-Turned Wooden Lids

$32$155
Turnco Wood Goods

Glass Jars with Hand-Turned Wooden Lids

$32$155
4.7 Stars / 25 Reviews

Put a lid on it.

Your food storage game just got a big upgrade. We can think of about a zillion uses for these airtight lidded jars, especially because they come in a slew of sizes (16 ounces up to a gallon, take your pick!). In the kitchen, we’re using the smallest one to keep our ground coffee fresh, plus the larger ones to store beans and rice. And in the bathroom? Our cotton balls and Epsom salt have never looked smarter, thanks to those eye-catching lids. Fill one up with preserves and give it as a hosting gift—we promise it’ll be more memorable than a bottle of wine.

Oh, and here’s a fun fact: Each jar is handmade on Whidbey Island in Washington using USA mold-blown glass and black walnut wood (wow).


and Easy-Breezy Returns

These glass wonders are so pretty, we're leaving them out on the counter. And here's the inside scoop:

  • Use the 16-ounce size for seeds, nuts, dried fruit, or smaller household essentials like safety pins and cotton swabs.

  • The 32-ounce size keeps granola and tea fresh and sealed.

  • For sugars and coffee, the half-gallon is just the thing, but it'll also happily store leftovers in the fridge, too.

  • The gallon size keeps your flours and bulk oats handy, but also looks charming near the bath with extra soaps.

  • Go for the mixed sizes when you need a stash of store-alls for every job.

Put a lid on it.

Your food storage game just got a big upgrade. We can think of about a zillion uses for these airtight lidded jars, especially because they come in a slew of sizes (16 ounces up to a gallon, take your pick!). In the kitchen, we’re using the smallest one to keep our ground coffee fresh, plus the larger ones to store beans and rice. And in the bathroom? Our cotton balls and Epsom salt have never looked smarter, thanks to those eye-catching lids. Fill one up with preserves and give it as a hosting gift—we promise it’ll be more memorable than a bottle of wine.

Oh, and here’s a fun fact: Each jar is handmade on Whidbey Island in Washington using USA mold-blown glass and black walnut wood (wow).


and Easy-Breezy Returns

These glass wonders are so pretty, we're leaving them out on the counter. And here's the inside scoop:

  • Use the 16-ounce size for seeds, nuts, dried fruit, or smaller household essentials like safety pins and cotton swabs.

  • The 32-ounce size keeps granola and tea fresh and sealed.

  • For sugars and coffee, the half-gallon is just the thing, but it'll also happily store leftovers in the fridge, too.

  • The gallon size keeps your flours and bulk oats handy, but also looks charming near the bath with extra soaps.

  • Go for the mixed sizes when you need a stash of store-alls for every job.