Silver Round Paint Pot Style Tin

SKU T0664
  • Colour: Silver
  • Packaging material: Tinplate
  • Closure style: Lever Lid
  • Suitable for: Tea, Coffee, Candles, Gifts, Confectionery
  • Box size: 100 Units


60 (D) x 60 (h) mm 125 ml / 4.4 fl oz 100 units
75 (D) x 80 (h) mm 250 ml / 8.8 fl oz 100 units

*Please note, measurements are external from curl to curl and are in millimetres (mm).


Silver Round Paint Pot Style Tin

The welded side seam and lever lid resembles a traditional paint pot. This style of tin is suitable for candles, holding small quantities of gift items and various edible goods.

All of our tins are coated with a food safe lacquer.


Do you need a sample to test? To order a sample, simply select the 'sample' option from the drop-down menu labelled 'Sample/Box'. A maximum of 10 samples can be ordered. Each sample is individually priced and a shipping charge of £3.00 applies on checkout. You will receive a £5.00 voucher off future full box quantities.

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  • Can you customise this product to 75mm x 125mm enough for 200g of powder. if so how much would the items be?

    We do offer a bespoke service, however quantities start from 3000 units. If this is something you're interested to know more about, we'd happily get in contact to talk through your requirements!

  • Would these tins be suitable to serve drinks in at a wedding reception?

    We would not recommend that you use any Tinplate tin to hold liquids in.

    The tins are made with a Tinplate coating over a base metal of Steel which will oxidise when exposed to liquids.

    These paint pot style tins are aimed at the candle making industry and not to hold drinks.

    We can recommend an alternative UK company you could approach for a drink/cocktail tin if required.

  • Are these tins suitable for waterbased paints

    Although these paint pot style tins have a welded side seam (and are suitable for candle wax) we would not advise using them for any water based products.

    This is because the tin is made of Tinplate coated Steel and over a prolonged period the water content would cause oxidization.