Nakpunar 4 pcs 29 oz Tureen Glass Jars
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- Nakpunar Brand Glass Tureen Jars - Set of 4
- 29 oz - 850 ml capacity and MADE IN ITALY
- 4-3/4" wide and 4" high. Replacement lid (100 mm or 100TW Nakpunar Lids) is available at Amazon.
- Can be stack on each other carefully. Wide mouth for easy use. To freeze is or use for pickles please do not fill all the way top. To defroze leave it in room temperature.
- Great for canning, to store spices, jelly, jam, honey, extra food, salsa and much more.
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4 pcs Nakpunar Brand Tureen glass jars in 29 oz.
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The glass jar is exactly as seen in the Nakpunar photo and are reminiscent of old style ceramic bean pots. To avoid confusion, the little side lips on the side of the jar are there for gripping and do not have holes. That would be a bit of an optical illusion in the photo. The lip handles do however, help when gripping the jar on the side, particularly if you had wet or otherwise slippery hands.
The glass is pretty heavy duty, and about the thickness of a mason jar, though I don't believe these were designed to afford the same level of duty. I'll suggest they would be more than adequate to be used with hot syrups and jellies, but I don't think I'd water-bath them and I definitely wouldn't put them in a pressure cooker. The lids aren't really designed for that anyway, as these are commonly known as gold lugs. Gold lug lids are typically what you find on pickle jars.
The glass has got a bit of a blown glass look to it, giving it a bit of look of antique glass, kind of like you see in windows in old buildings. This makes it look a bit more special than the standard utility jars that you'd buy food in. This is definitely something that doubles as both a utility and a presentation piece. There are two seams in the glass, but you don't see them unless you look hard. For those who might put a label on this jar, there is enough of a flat surface going up the side, between the two lips that it could hold a 1.5" label and have it lay flat.
These gold lug caps have a non-removable plastisol liner that is perfectly designed for sealing off the jar from contaminants including air. When cinched in place, the liner seals the jar perfectly. To remove the lid, a simple turn of about a half inch is all that is necessary. While these lids will hold a vacuum, this particular lid doesn't have a vacuum button on top, and that probably wouldn't be appropriate for the average use of this jar.
Ideal uses for this jar would be for those making candles, sauces, packing large volumes of dried herbs, potpourri for gifts, candies, trail mix, or anything you want to give to someone and have just a little bit extra flair. I'll be putting some homemade toffee in these as Christmas gifts this year.
These jars were received as part of a promotion to help me evaluate them and write a review.