Stelton Cylinda-Line AJ Jug 1 L

SKU: ST0044

Stainless steel water jug from Stelton.

Regular Price: £69.95

Special Price £59.00 you save 16%


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This 1 litre stainless steel jug is from the truly iconic Cylinda-line collection. Serve water at the table in this striking jug, and enjoy solid, thought out design, which has been iconic since range first launched in 1967.

It is a functional, practical and beautiful design because of the pure form and construction kept to a minimum number of individual parts. Each jug is made of one piece of stainless steel which ensures a very robust ‘shell’ ‘that will last for years.

The Cylinda-Line series designed by Arne Jacobsen now has a permanent place at Cooper-Hewitt, NY / MoMa, NY / Victoria & Albert Museum, London making it a truly desirable classic piece.


Width Height
8.5 cm 20 cm


18/8 Stainless Steel & Bakelite Handle

Washing Instructions

Dishwasher Proof


Stock availability is shown above.

If in stock and ordered before 3pm, this product is delivered in the UK using DPD Next Day complete with tracking codes and text / email updates with the option to change deliveries to work for you.

If no stock is showing then we've already got it on back order or it's in our suppliers warehouse and is on a 7-10 day lead time to you for UK deliveries, but can on occasion be delivered quicker. International deliveries are also carried with DPD and once dispatched, take an additional 3-5 days.

Our excellent 30 day guarantee returns policy applies to this product - buy it, look at it at home and simply return it if it doesn't work. See our full delivery & returns policy for more details.


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About The Brand

Kitchen utensils inspired by Scandinavian design philosophy, the Stelton collection has something for every home. Regarded as the embodiment of Danish design, the collection includes products originally designed by Arne Jacobsen - widely considered one of Denmark's finest architects and designers.