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Rustic Wall Base for Magnetic Jars
Rustic Wall Base for Magnetic Jars
$45.00

Rustic Wall Base for Magnetic Jars

“Oooooooooh, you’re spicy and rustic?” Indeed! This magnetic, rustic, metal spice rack is the perfect way to show your grit while displaying your neatly organized spices.

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One-of- a-kind rusted wall base for magnetic jars. Each plate is naturally rusted by the Maine weather, then sanded and sealed in our studio. Holes drilled in each corner for installation on cupboard or backsplash. Medium base measures 10in x 12in and holds up to 28 small jars.
Note: jars do not need a wall base, and will stick to magnetic refrigerators.

This product comes 100% package free

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What began as a DIY project in 2009 for Beth, a former high school science teacher, who was looking for space in her NY apartment by ridding her cabinets of old and stale spices, Beth stuck magnetic glass hexagon jars to her fridge. Due to their shape, the jars formed a spice honeycomb which served as a conversational piece. An instant hit with family and friends, it soon turned in a business! Beth picked up her in-home business and moved to an old barn in Maine, where Alyson, a trained farmer and production manager joined her and Gneiss Spice (pronounced nice, rhymes with spice) was born!

This product is 100% recyclable. Recycle with metal recycling

 
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One-of- a-kind rusted wall base for magnetic jars. Each plate is naturally rusted by the Maine weather, then sanded and sealed in our studio. Holes drilled in each corner for installation on cupboard or backsplash. Medium base measures 10in x 12in and holds up to 28 small jars.
Note: jars do not need a wall base, and will stick to magnetic refrigerators.

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This product comes 100% package free

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What began as a DIY project in 2009 for Beth, a former high school science teacher, who was looking for space in her NY apartment by ridding her cabinets of old and stale spices, Beth stuck magnetic glass hexagon jars to her fridge. Due to their shape, the jars formed a spice honeycomb which served as a conversational piece. An instant hit with family and friends, it soon turned in a business! Beth picked up her in-home business and moved to an old barn in Maine, where Alyson, a trained farmer and production manager joined her and Gneiss Spice (pronounced nice, rhymes with spice) was born!

End of Life

This product is 100% recyclable. Recycle with metal recycling