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Blue Mason Jars by Ball - Treasury Item

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These quart jars were used by grandmother and great grandmother to preserve their garden harvest for future winter meals. Grandpa used them to store his elderberry wine. Even with their history of long use these jars still sparkle.

In researching the jars, I found that the writing of the word "Ball" on these mason jars indicates that they might have been made between 1923 and 1933.

The jars are approximately 7 inches high with a 3 1/2 inch mouth opening. They come with the lids shown in the picture. These are new lids.

The use for these jars is limited only by your imagination. Some examples: use to hold a button collection, canisters for your kitchen counter, fill with flowers for a center piece on your table, a place to put your spare change.

I pack these jars very carefully, but for your protection in case of damage or loss included in the shipping cost is handling, insurance and a tracking number.

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Blue Mason Jars by Ball - Treasury Item


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 41 reviews
  • Favorited by: 26 people