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Add a touch of history to your bathroom or kitchen sink! The quart jar in this soap dispenser is at least 100 years old. Back in those days, jars were less standard, so each jar is truly a work of art. The color can be anywhere from a light green to aqua, with thick, wavy, and often bubbly glass. This large jar holds 4 cups of liquid soap, lotion, or hand sanitizer, so it won't run out too quickly.

A reproduction zinc lid completes the vintage look.

Certain soaps, especially soaps like Dawn, Palmolive and Dove Liquid Soap, are hard on the lids, causing corrosion to the underside. If this concerns you, simply request our modern two-piece lid It has a plastic underside with a built in rubber ring. But even our Best Performance lid can rust because we have to drill a hole for the pump and disrupt the plastic coating. My best advice is to unscrew it and wipe and rinse once in awhile. We keep our lid prices as low as we can so you can replace it once in awhile if you like.

8.75 inches tall
3.5 inches across the base
holds 4 cups of liquid

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This jar was produced by Ball Brothers of Muncie, Indiana for home canning sometime between 1896 and 1910. The logo is called a "3 L" because the line that underlines "Ball" makes a loop that looks like another "L."

The shape of this jar is really interesting. It's a shoulder seal, which means a rubber ring would sit on the shoulder of the jar--the place where the bottom of the lid meets the glass. Today that place is a protrusion of glass called a "bead."

The color of the glass was a result of minerals in the Lake Michigan sand of northern Indiana and the amount of oxygen that got into the furnace during production.

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We ship Monday-Friday and will email you the tracking number. Your jar will arrive with an historic information tag.

Century Old Mason Jar Soap Dispenser made from a vintage quart Ball jar