Jorre van Ast - Jar & Bottle Tops

Jorre van Ast - Jar & Bottle Tops

Don't throw anymore bottles and jars away. Just add these clever tops and you have some useful items. A great way to be eco friendly.

  • A unique little accessory for the home. This mason jar stores sunlight, and casts a subtle glow later in the night.

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  • Clever container that looks like a zip lock bag but it's glass.

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  • There's something about clear glass mundane items like this unsealed ziplock bag vase and glass water bottles and milk cartons that I love. It's one part art and one part functionality that equals perfection.

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  • Make saving your pennies for a rainy day fun for the whole family with this Talking Coin Jar! It won't be a guessing game anymore because the jar counts and announces every coin you've saved and keeps a running total. Kids can lea... Make saving your pennies for a rainy day fun for the whole family with this Talking Coin Jar! It won't be a guessing game anymore because the jar counts and announces every coin you've saved and keeps a running total. Kids can learn about money and saving in a fun way too! Adjust the amount manually when you need to withdraw. Made of durable plastic, this Talking Coin Jar will hold some serious coin!

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  • The Zillions Money Jug adds up your coins as you drop them in. It "magically" knows the value of each and every coin. You never have to wonder how much money is in the jar. You can literally watch your money grow in this see-throu... The Zillions Money Jug adds up your coins as you drop them in. It "magically" knows the value of each and every coin. You never have to wonder how much money is in the jar. You can literally watch your money grow in this see-through, unbreakable jar. And when the time finally arrives to spend all that hard-earned cash, just unscrew the top to get your money.

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  • The Grid silicone pot holders feature Patent Pending InSilate Technology for superior heat insulation and grip. The unique waffle-like grid design gives a cloth-like feel and contours to the hand while diffusing heat. The holders ... The Grid silicone pot holders feature Patent Pending InSilate Technology for superior heat insulation and grip. The unique waffle-like grid design gives a cloth-like feel and contours to the hand while diffusing heat. The holders offer the best grip and most heat insulation of any Silicone pot holder. Safe up to 675 degrees Fahrenheit. Dishwasher safe. Can also be used as a trivet or a jar opener.

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  • jonathan adler first tried his hand at pottery during a summer camp when he was only twelve years old. after begging his parents to buy him his own wheel & kiln, adler spent his teenage years in the basement throwing pots. jonatha... jonathan adler first tried his hand at pottery during a summer camp when he was only twelve years old. after begging his parents to buy him his own wheel & kiln, adler spent his teenage years in the basement throwing pots. jonathan adler’s first commercial pottery venture was in 1994 when he sold some of his pots to barney’s. in 1997, with the help of ‘aid to artisans’, he spent time in peru at a workshop by the sea where a creative explosion ensued. jonathan adler then opened his first store in soho the following year. between 2002-2005, adler expanded his collection from pottery to furniture & other home accessories as well as opened an additional five stores from los angeles to miami. the vice canisters are a solution for your pill bottle collection. take it to the next level and fill up jonathan adler’s hand painted collection of candid canisters with all of life’s little helpers – from sweets to sedatives. made from high-fired stoneware with hand painted details in black and white. doll canisters are available in six additional colors.

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  • These just look so cool to me! Very artistic! miniature jar collection from piero fornasetti, the jars feature the ever-popular 'julia' from the themes and variations series.

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  • How could these jars not put a smile on your face when you go to grap a cottonball, a q-tip, or whatever you decide to fill them with?! designed by mattia di rosa for alessi. gianni is "a little man holding on tight" when the l... How could these jars not put a smile on your face when you go to grap a cottonball, a q-tip, or whatever you decide to fill them with?! designed by mattia di rosa for alessi. gianni is "a little man holding on tight" when the lid is closed; he's a man who does handstands when the lid is open. available in 4 colors: lt. blue, pink, dark blue and yellow., and 4 sizes: 4.5" to 12".

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  • I am completely in love with these sunjars! The lazy summer night feel, lasting four hours once charged by the sun, and just the total cuteness! They come in different colors, yellow for sun, blue for moon, and I think there are a... I am completely in love with these sunjars! The lazy summer night feel, lasting four hours once charged by the sun, and just the total cuteness! They come in different colors, yellow for sun, blue for moon, and I think there are a few fun colors too, but they're pretty pricy at $50 bucks a jar. I have discovered a way to make them yourself though with just a mason jar and solar panes the color of your choice, which is probably be the way I'll go, but it'll never compare to the real thing!!

    Tags: lamps, light, eco, sun, Clever, jars
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