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#70 G Pewter Daisy Threaded Lid
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Charming and timeless, our pewter daisy lids are ideal for rustic and country candle lines. These continuous thread (CT) lids are great for mason, jelly, and canning jars. The size 70 G lids pair well with the following containers:

Candle Maker's Notes:

  • Do not burn a candle with the lid on, even an open lid like the #70 G Pewter Daisy Threaded Lid.
  • A secondary seal is not included with this item. The top is open when placed on the jar.

Made in the USA


0.625" (16 mm)
2.875" (7.3 cm)
Prop 65 Warning

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5 out of 5 Stars.

These lids fit amazing and are adorable! Everyone loves them. Will continue to order.

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Kathy’s Candlez

These lids do put a finished look on your candles and I do believe that mine said on them for decorative purposes only. Remove before burning. They also work extremely well for diffuser reeds. They hold them very nicely.

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Perfect and Lovely

As someone who's shop name has the word "Wildflower" in it, these lids were a must have. They're beautiful and so unique!

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Absolutely perfect!

I've ordered these lids several times and I cannot think of a better lid for jelly jar candles! They're excellent quality and you can smell the candle without taking it off. I've used them for gifts as an added decorative touch and have received numerous compliments about them. I highly recommend these lids to everyone!

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They fit and look great

These are adorable. The look awesome over a little tea light candle in a jar! Creates such a pretty glow. Oh and if you have a high enough table, the daisy reflects adorably on the ceiling. I did try putting leaving one on a filled mason jar candle while it burned but it for sure was burning the center of the flower and I was afraid to keep it going. I'm not entirely sure if you keep them on or off while burning to be honest. I will put it to the test and keep it on the candle just to make sure it wont catch fire (the lid that is) and go from there.

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