About this item
- Stoneware sugar cellar lets you keep all your sugar in one place
- Features the word "Sugar" engraved on the front in a rustic font
- Comes with an easily removable wood lid
- If you’re not satisfied with any Target Owned Brand item, return it within one year with a receipt for an exchange or a refund
Celebrate the everyday with Hearth & Hand — created exclusively for Target in collaboration with Magnolia, a home and lifestyle brand by Chip & Joanna Gaines. Built upon our shared commitment to giving back to our communities, these pieces reveal the beauty of everyday moments shared with family and friends.
Q: Can you give the dimensions please? Thanks!
A: That sounds pretty small capacity< Don't want a large canister, but son't want to refill very day.submitted byEff - 3 years ago
A: Hi Nina - Thanks for taking a look at the Stoneware Sugar Cellar from Hearth & Hand with Magnolia! The cellar's overall dimensions are 3.5 inches (H) x 4.25 inches (W) x 4.25 inches (D). Have a wonderful day! - Vanessasubmitted byVanessa - 4 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Is this cream or sugar? The title says cream the description and image is sugar.
A: That's not what they're asking. It's a sugar bowl. There must also be a matching creamer, because it's in the picture, too. But this is for the sugar bowl.submitted byDGA - 4 years ago
A: Hi Cxsimo08 - Great question. This item is the sugar cellar which is the color cream. I hope that helps. Thanks! - Mattsubmitted byguest services - 5 years agoTarget staff support
Q: I purchased this item yesterday and I didn't notice it's discolored near the wording. I've tried hand washing it, cleaning with hyrogine perxoide, and alcohol and nothing has worked. Any solutions?
A: Hi Anonymous - Thanks for reaching out! We would like to further assist you with your inquiry. Please contact Target Guest Relations at 800.440.0680. We look forward to hearing from you soon! - Shakitasubmitted byShakita - 1 year agoTarget staff support
Q: Is the sugar bowl dish washer safe?
A: Hi Kathleen - What a cute addition to the kitchen! The ceramic part of the bowl is dishwasher safe, the wood is not. Hope this helps! - Patriciasubmitted byPatricia - 3 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Is this an airtight container?
A: Hi Sharon - Great question! There is a gasket to help with sealing the container from the air, but there is no locking mechanism in place. We hope this helps! - Jerithsubmitted byJerith - 3 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Is the lid easy to get on & off? Could you use for sugar cubes as well as sugar?
A: Hi Kellie - Thanks for browsing our Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia collection! This handy sugar cellar comes with an easily removable lid. We think it would work great for sugar cubes as well. Happy shopping! - Gaosubmitted byGao - 4 years agoTarget staff support
Q: I have the Hearth & Hands sugar bowl, is there a butter dish in the same line? I'm looking for one that seals with woodwn cover like the sugar bowl. Thank you
A: Hi LaLa - Great question. There isn't one with a wooden top, but try searching " Butter Server - White - Hearth & Hand™ with Magnolia". It may be what you are looking for. I hope that helps. Thanks! - Mattsubmitted byguest services - 5 years agoTarget staff support
Q: The wood has a really strong smell. What kind of wood is it? Is it treated with anything?
A: Hi Jess - What a beautiful sugar canister! The lid is made of acacia wood and has a glaze over it. Thanks for stopping by! - Andreasubmitted byAndrea - 6 years agoTarget staff support
Q: Does this item had rubber seal and how much sugar does it actually hold?
A: Hi Alfred C - This sugar cellar will be great to have out when entertaining guests. This container does have a rubber seal to keep things fresh and holds 10.79 ounces or 1.34 cups. Thanks for stopping by! - Andreasubmitted byAndrea - 6 years agoTarget staff support
Q: What color wood is the lid? The picture shows a dark color but one of the reviewers said it was a lot lighter than the picture.
A: Hi Katie - These canisters are great for storage and decorating! The wood is a bit lighter in person. We suggest reading the reviews, and looking over the photos to get a better idea of what it looks like in person. Thanks for stopping by! - Andreasubmitted byAndrea - 6 years agoTarget staff support