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Vintage Ball Jar Perfect Mason Aqua Quart Jar, 1913 to 1915

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So pretty in a window or decorating a counter, this vintage Ball Perfect Mason jar is the quart size in aqua glass with a zinc lid and white porcelain lining. It was manufactured by Ball Brothers, Muncie, Indiana, between 1913 and 1915.

The jar is marked Ball Perfect Mason on the side. The quart jar is one of the so-called dropped A jars (the "a" in "Ball" starts with an ascender) with an underline. This is a very early machine-made jar. The jar has "Perfect" offset above Mason, which occurred from about 1913 to 1915 (when they remade the mold to center the words). On the bottom, it has the number 6 with an A.

The jar has a zinc lid with porcelain lining, labeled "Ball" on the top.

The jar is in very good condition. It has one small chip on the ring around the top (below where the cap sits).

Size: The quart jar is 7 inches tall x 4 inches wide (17.8 x 10 cm)

Vintage Ball Jar Perfect Mason Aqua Quart Jar, 1913 to 1915

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: aqua glass jar, zinc lid with porcelain lining
  • Ships worldwide from Missouri, United States
  • Feedback: 1244 reviews
  • Favorited by: 200 people