Dating mason ball jars
Dating mason ball jars - mature dating and friends
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These are new jars, in their "Heritage Series" that were stamped to commemorate the 100th Anniversary years of the Perfect Mason and the Perfection jars produced by Ball. These are new jars, in their "Heritage Series" that were stamped to commemorate the 100th Anniversary years of the Perfect Mason and the Perfection jars produced by Ball.That said, I did find this doing research trying to date these jars, Im guessing late 60’s based on this fun find! I found this old newspaper ad from via the Clovis News-Journal, a paper in New Mexico. Its interesting looking at these old ads, if that was only the price today! The evolution of fruit or canning jars parallels the science of food preservation, which itself was an attempt to address a critical need.The aqua blue pint ones shown here are now discontinued, and the green "Perfection" jars are being produced this year.Hopefully 2015 will bring quart sizes in both colors. Ball produced their original line of "Perfect Mason" and "Perfection" Mason jars in 1913, 19. 11 offers many needed updates, 500 new additions and revisions.
this gal aint going topless for any amount of money! So, pack up your beads ladies and gents, today, we are putting a top on it!! I’ve never seen a colored insert, but I’d love to find one on one of our junk adventures!!
Half the lids have a bit of rust spots and others are perfect. One Im going to paint and send to a blogger friend, she has promoted me several times on her blog, And she bought mason jars from me! Its one of my favorite style jars, they are a bit more square with ribs.
They still had the paper seal protectors, Ive never seen those till this buy! I dont know if they even make the brass lids anymore or with all its ‘fancy’ stuff on the lids. Sheesh, all these questions, you’d think Im writing a book..?
But for now, just know that each jar has a corresponding lid. You never know when you may run across a topless jar and need a specific lid.
The dates on these jars correspond with Ball's original introduction of the "Perfect Mason" and "Perfection" line in 1913 through 1915.
That’s when he took the Mason jar lid to another level by adding the ‘porcelain’ inserts.