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Glass Jar with Stopper

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SKU: TIN011530
Yankee Candle style glass jar with glass stopper. It's an 8oz jar that takes about 140g wax to fill to the start of the shoulder.

Yankee Candle style glass jar with glass stopper. It's an 8oz jar that takes about 140g wax to fill to the start of the shoulder.

. Largest diameter approx 68mm
. Neck diameter approx 45mm
. Stands approx 75mm tall (without stopper)

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