Ball Jar Ball Heritage Collection Pint Jars with Lids and Bands, Purple, Set of 6
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- Ball heritage collection pint purple 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
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2013 marked the 100th anniversary of the development of a series of jars, designed by the ball brothers, each intended to be better than the one before. 1913 saw the launch of the first true "perfect mason" jar followed in 1914 by the "perfection," then finally by "improved" in 1915. These limited edition regular mouth pint and wide mouth quart jars are a celebration of that heritage featuring period-inspired purple color and embossed logos on front and back. These jars maintain all of our modern standards for quality and reliability. Perfect for all of your creations. Or as a collectable item!
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In shape and form these jars are about the same as regular Ball mason jars - they hold a pint, they have the Ball logo on one side (the blue one says "perfect mason," the green and purple say "perfection," and "improved" respectively"), and they have ounce and milliliter measuring marks (on two sides for the blue, and one side for the green and purple). The fourth side says "1913-1915/100 years of American heritage/Made in USA." The jars come with canning lids and rings, and will take Ball storage caps. The plastic caps from most pint and quart sized glass mayonnaise jars also fit.
We use Ball jars for drinking glasses (hot and cold) as well as storage, and I've bought a six pack every time a new color came out. They definitely add a bit of elegance to the iced tea. (I really wish the company would extend this for another year and have amber glass jars too).
They say "Ball" but the quality isn't the same as a regular canning jar.
3 of my 6 "heritage" jars broke and none of the old standby regular Ball jars did.