Ball Mason jars are iconic American kitchen storage jars. The blue glass came as a bi-product, in production, the sand from Lake Michigan turned blue in the glass making process. The last of these were produced in 1937, they are still produced in clear glass. Production started in the mid 1800’s. Before the age of freezers the housewife preserved all her fruit, pickles and vegetables in these jars. Therefore all kitchens had lots of these. The most popular sizes were the Half Gallon, the Quart and the Pint. There were 2 other sizes, the rare Half pint and the 3 Pint (known as the moonshiners jar, as that is what they generally used). The Iconic ball mason jar look great on shelves just as display, or used as storage. The Zinc lids have milk glass inner linings, so they are safe to use for foodstuffs.
Used vintage cleaned condition.
Product code; 1992