The red telephone box was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (1880- 1960) and, along with the red post box and the red London bus, are instantly recognizable symbols of Britain. With the advent of the Mobile phone, sadly this iconic British symbol has largely disappeared from our streets, with only a handful being preserved for posterity. You can now preserve this important British symbol in your own home, with our Red Telephone Box Ceramic Biscuit Jar. Made from Dolomite, and measuring 28cm high, and 12cm x 12cm, it makes a fantastic showpiece for your home. It has a silicone seal around the lid, to keep it air tight and ensure that your cookies or biscuits stay fresh.
Calling out for biscuits? This red ceramic telephone box, with its rubber seal and air tight lid, makes a hygienic storage jar to keep your cookies, biscuits and other food fresh The mobile phone may have consigned this classic symbol of 20th century Britain to history but you can now preserve Giles Gilbert Scott’s iconic design, while the older generation reminisce about the smell, the queues, the broken phones and searching for loose change. Measuring 28cm high and 12cm deep and wide, with a capacity over 1.5 litres, this jar will comfortably hold a large pack of your favourite biscuits.