Straight Sided Tumbler Jar (Arc) - CandleScience
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As of 11/15/2018:

This product is discontinued and no longer available.


Product Update: November 9, 2018

This jar is is being discontinued. The Libbey jar has the same diameter, and is 2 mm taller than this Arc jar.

This jar fits well in our straight sided tumbler boxes. It also fits our silver and bronze metal flat lids.

However, we do not recommend using the lid with the straight sided tumbler box.

- The CandleScience Team

Our straight sided tumbler jars have a clean and balanced shape for a more contemporary style container. Our clear tumblers are made from blown glass forming a smooth and seamless finish.

We also carry the straight sided tumbler jar in black, white, and amber. (These two jars are the same height as the Arc straight sided tumbler).

How much wax will it hold?
Wax Weight (to fill line) - 8.5 oz.
Volume (to overflow) - 11.16 fl. oz.

Looking for a lid? Try our silver or bronze metal flat lids.

Made in the USA

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Height 3.375 inches
Diameter 3.1875 inches
Prop 65 Warning Required No

Average Rating:

(based upon 3 reviews)

Believe the reviews about the uneven bottoms. This is my first time ordering these tumblers and four out of the twelve had that issue.

CandleScience Reply

Hi! These tumblers are made of blown glass so seeing some unevenness in the thickness of the bottoms is going to be normal. Unfortunately, with blown glass, there is no way to prevent this. Feel free to call or email us if you would like to speak with us regarding these containers.


These jars have been great so far! I have had so many compliments on them! Will continue to buy!

Bottoms are uneven on 1/3 of these jars

I wish I could go back in time and not pick these tumblers to build my brand around. The Libbey version I didn't have an issue with when I first started, but then they were never in stock and the Arc version brought in. These are so unreliable. 1/3 to 1/2 of each case of these have imperfections- bubbles in the glass, but much more frequently the bottoms are completely uneven. Not just a little either, as much as 1/2 inch difference from one side to the other. It makes them impossible to wick correctly. Luckily I notice this before I pour, so I'm just stockpiling them to send back by the case when I can to ask for a refund.

They look unprofessional and just awful.