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RESERVED ITEM for Denise, checking shipping! Thanks! It's like looking thru a SEA window! (Lots of ideas for versatility later in listing.) I have filled this lovely aqua blue hued early antique Atlas Mason's Patent jar (1 quart size) with 19 vintage sea finds, 10 coral chunks & 9 seashells. A great variety of organic sea patterns in this lot. The shells & coral have their natural shapes and patterns that also reflect how the sea has tweeked them. The SEA is one of my fav artist! Combined with the silky blue mason & the zinc porcelain lined this qualifies as Industrial Primitive sea bling (my name for it! More specific info on jar below) This jar is great to change contents for display to decorate for the seasons, different holidays, or events. Would look really cute with malt ball eggs or peeps for Easter. I love to put shells in mine. And you have that option in this listing as it includes a jar full! Coral measures from 4" (several near this size also) down to 1 1/8". Seashells measure from 2 5/8" to approximately 1 1/2". They offer a wonderful monotone white fossilized texture beneath the glass though some do still have some hints of color.
** Based on the shoulder seal (sides more straight than rounded from lid down) and a circular value mark on bottom, I believe this would date this particularly jar to prior 1910. The shoulder seal gives it a more primitive look and I LIKE! This one has the clear blue glass with lovely bubbling and waves and swirled lines. A work of art in my hand! The jar alone looks beautitul in a room even lit only with natural light. I love these older ones because they feel like silk in your hand and are to me a paradox between the industrial primitive and bling!
Wonderful alone and this color is very popular in beach/coastal decor today. Anytime you see a blue mason/ball jar you can date it to 1937 or earlier. This color came from minerals found in the sand used to make the glass from the shores of Lake Michigan and also the amount of Oxygen used in the furnaces to melt the glass. If you google, "How to Date Ball Fruit Jars by Bob Clay," you will enjoy learning about the history and dating of these beauts!
I love to use mine alone but I also put shells, seahorses, coral in them for a SEA-inspired vignette. Blue bubbly glass lends itself to this look! Can use for tealights, placing a vintage card for different holidays in them to show thru. I am planning to put some of my antique smaller Santa's in them this year.
**I see no chipping or cracking. If you run your finger around top rim, feels slightly rough but no real chips. From the top of the lid to bottom, jar measures 6 6/8". The diameter across bottom is 3 3/4". Actual opening is about 2 3/16".It comes with a Ball zinc lid that has a nice pewter patina lined with the porcelain liner.
Please convo with any questions!
The shipping of $13.20 for medium flat rate AND INSURANCE for the mainland U.S. Convo with zip *for Alaska, HI or for shipping OUTSIDE U.S. If you want me to leave off the insurance, it would be $11.35.
The quickest and safest way is Priority Flat, which is $11.35 plus $1.85 insurance. I pack well buy personally I trec insurance for these old jewels so you can get your purchase price back if USPS blows a brain fuse. (: FYI, USPS insurance does not reimburse you for your shipping when they break it.
Visit my shop for an eclectic mix of vintage and some original art of mine. Everything from bird, shell, and botanical prints to letterpress, Vintage Christmas, Valentines, old bottles, ephemera, SEA jewels, books....And alot of SEA-inspired, like REAL old shells! Big sale on vintage seashell bookplates from the 1960s. Make great affordable art, big enough to use alone but also can match for pair, trio, or groupings. And if you LOVE shells as I do , you must view the variety of bookplates I have, including the 1940s ones. Look like little creamy oil paintings though they are actually watercolors.
Always try to do best to save you on shipping (but ship safely) and do best to combine rates for multiple purchases. Convo me!

RESERVED Denise Caribbean SEA Window, AQUA Coral & Seashell Vignette, Early Qt 1900s shoulder seal Atlas Mason, Blue WaVy Bubbled,lid


  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: glass, zinc, porcelain
  • Only ships within United States.
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