Vintage Clear Ball Mason Quart Jar w/Fruit Pattern & Measurements ML, Cups, Ozs +Lid

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Vintage Clear Ball Mason Quart Jar w/Fruit Pattern & Measurements (ML, Cups, Ozs) w/Lid

This Vintage Clear Ball Mason Quart Jar is a true gem for collectors and enthusiasts alike. Featuring an exquisite fruit pattern and detailed measurements in ML, cups, and ounces, this jar is not just a functional kitchen item but also a charming piece of history.

Key Specifications:

  • Manufacturer: Ball
  • Size: Quart
  • Material: Glass
  • Pattern: Fruit
  • Measurements: ML, Cups, Ounces
  • Lid Type: Metal Screw-on Lid

Approx. Dimensions: 7" H x 3-5/8" D x 3-5/8" W

Perfect for:

  • Displaying on a shelf or countertop
  • Storing dry goods, pantry staples, or homemade treats
  • Gifting to a vintage lover or mason jar collector
  • Using for crafts or DIY projects

Sold as is. No warranty from the seller. No Returns.

CONDITION NOTE: Used, but in excellent condition for its age. Piece does not appear to have any chips, cracks or scratches that I can see (see all pictures). Lid has some wear, scratches, and a hint of rust, which adds to its character! Does not come with any original boxes, packaging, or any related paperwork. See all detailed pictures to know what you are purchasing.

Short Background on the Manufacturer:

Ball Corporation, founded in 1880, is a renowned American company known for its glass packaging products. The Ball Mason Jar, introduced in 1884, became an iconic household item and is highly sought after by collectors. The company's commitment to quality and innovation has made their products enduring classics.

Release Date or Age of Item:

Unfortunately, it's difficult to pinpoint the exact release date of your jar without additional information. Ball produced clear quart jars with fruit patterns throughout the 20th century, with slight variations in design and branding over time. However, the presence of milliliter measurements suggests it's likely from the mid-20th century or later, as metric markings became more common on American products during this period.


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