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Here are six glass top pint size (mason) canning jars. They have bail closures which gave ease to removing and attaching the lid. The first company to use the bail type closure called it the "lighting closure". Soon after, all jar companys started producing these closures. Today alot of people refer to these as "lighting Jars". There are four made by Ball, one made by Atlas, and one without a brand name. The jars needed new lid gaskets so I had new custom food grade gaskets made from a local rubber company. These things are in great shape considering there around 100 years old. The wire closures are a little rusty, but the lids are chip free. They could be used as containers for all types of things and with the new gaskets will give a great lid seal.

I'll ship in 1-2 days from time of payment, Thank you so much for looking!

Glass top (mason) canning jars with wire bail closures


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: Glass, Metal wire, rubber
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 17 reviews
  • Favorited by: 10 people