Ball 8-Ounce Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars with Lids and Bands, Set of 12
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- Ball 8 oz jelly jar
- Ideal for preserving jams, jellies sauces, mustard & flavored vinegar
- Custom time tested ceiling compound help ensure a quality seal with each lid
- New brushed silver design on the outside lid matched kitchen designs
- Refrigerate up to 3 weeks, freeze up to 1 year, fresh preserve and store up to 1 year
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Ball 8-Ounce jelly jar
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Ball Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars
Regular Mouth 8-Ounce Jars - Set of 12
Ball Regular Mouth 8-Ounce Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars are ideal for fresh preserving recipes such as jams, jellies, sauces, mustards, and flavored vinegars. The Quilted Crystal design adds a decorative touch to these multi-purpose jars-also use them for serving, creative décor, and gift giving.
Ball Canning Jars & Lids
It's easy to show your creation in its best possible light.
When it comes to canning, there's nothing more important than a quality seal. It ensures that no oxygen gets into the canning jar after processing and that your food will remain preserved just the way you created it.
Ball Brands of Fresh Preserving Canning Lids have been crafted for quality in the U.S. for more than 125 years. Ball Jar's manufacturing facility in Muncie, Indiana, produces each lid with a custom, time-tested sealing compound with an underside coating so that the natural acids in your food will not react with the lid.
You can trust that each jar is every bit as genuine as the creation inside it.
Ball Quilted Crystal Jelly Jars
|Capacity||Jar Material||Lid Material||What's in the box?|
|4 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|| |
|8 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|
|12 ounces||Glass||Tinplate Steel|
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The labels are really nice to have, but seems like it would be excessive to do a full return.
Update: Amazon was great to replace my order with no extra charge and without having to return. However, the new set (with frustration free packaging) did not include the labels either. So, I guess that's why frustration free is cheaper? The product description says "bonus labels" so I guess you do not get this bonus with frustration free packaging. Either way, the 60 pack of labels was cheaper locally than it is on Amazon. I am still tempted to order the standard packaging just to see if the bonus labels are there.
Two of the jars were unusable (manufacturer defect- glass shards/string protruding in the middle of the jar). The ones that were useable were great and I have reused them several times while with great delight.
My big problem is the price. I wasn't really able to get out of the house and shop around when I first bought these, but looking at the price now that I have, I am surprised. You can get them elsewhere (at large stores, in the U.S.) for about $10/dozen. The price online seems really high, especially since 2 of them weren't useable. I guess the defect isn't super unusual, because I got 2 defective jars from another (Ball brand) set I bought at Wal-Mart; but for a much lower price, it's easier to swallow the loss.
I would buy these jars again. They're great for gifting all kinds of things, like body butter, jellies, sauces, rubs, etc. But I would drive to a store for this purchase, I think it's over priced online.
As far as spice storage goes, I'm a chef so I'm able to tell my spices and herbs apart quite easily - however, these little quilted jars have a smooth spot on the front (in the shape of an oval) for what I can only presume are meant specifically for labeling. I wrote the name of all my spices on the bottom however, since I do not trust my handwriting, haha. As good as my eyes may be, sometimes chili powder is hard to tell apart from paprika.
I'll be buying a few more cases of larger jars for the rest of my spice pantry - for baking ingredients, teas, coffees and serving sugars