The coolest eco-jar ever!
There is no way a birch bark tin could be more unique than those. No two containers could ever be identical!
⭐️ IMPORTANT: The body is made of untreated unaltered outer birch bark!
☛ The bark is marked with horizontal scars (lenticels) and prominent black knots (every tin has a different amount and size of knots).
☛ Birch bark naturally separates into thin, papery plates, so the tin body WILL shed an occasional flake. However, it will never pill off into ugly :)
☛ Those tins are an actual replica of the birch tree, just as it is in nature.
☛ Wide Birch Bark Tin fits about 5 oz. (140 gr.) of loose leaf tea.
☛ Height (with handle): 5.5" (14 cm.)
☛ Diameter: 4.3" (11 cm.)
🎁 Beautiful and functional, this birch bark box makes a perfect kitchen accessory and a creative functional gift.
Made out of the eco-friendly Siberian birch bark, this tea container is ideal for storing teas, spices, small keepsakes, jewelry, and ... hey, pretty much anything!
☛ Each tin is 100% handcrafted.
☛ Every tin holds its unique, created by nature, birch bark pattern.
☛ The rims are hand-stitched with a birch bark cord.
☛ The lid and bottom are made of solid untreated birch wood.
✔️ Birch bark is a natural antiseptic, so the products stored in those containers do not spoil and retain flavor for a long time.
✔️ The tin is very light, sturdy, and durable - it will not break if you accidentally drop it.
💠 CARE INSTRUCTIONS
☛ Handwash only (wipe off with a damp cloth/paper towel, or rinse under the lukewarm water).
☛ Do not store liquids (the tin is not airtight, so it will leak at the bottom).
♻️ NO TREES WERE HARMED!
☛ Sustainable and Biodegradable.
☛ Birch bark easily peels from the tree. Removal, when done correctly, does not kill the tree.
☛ Because birch bark has remarkable preservative properties and decays slowly, it can easily be harvested from fallen trees as well, where it still retains its incredible traits.
♻️ Why settle for the plastic or aluminum container when you can have ultimate eco-friendly storage that is right for you and the planet?