Rustic Apple Green Classic Replica Vintage Mason's 1858 Canning Fruit Jar Pint


Rustic Apple Green Classic Replica Vintage Mason's 1858 Canning Fruit Jar Pint

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Rustic Apple Green Classic Replica Vintage Mason's 1858 Canning Fruit Jar Pint:
$20


Rustic Apple Green Classic Replica Vintage MASON'S 1858 Canning Fruit Jar PINT

Beautiful replica fruit jar!3 1/2in.wide and5 in.high. I am told that the embossing is taken directly from an authentic antique Mason Jar from the 1880's and the crude embossing certainly supports that! Pics are typical, each jar is hand made and varies somewhat. It comes complete with a painted tin lid which looks great on the jar, and the jar will take an old zinc mason lid if you prefer.

It is made with recycled glass which gives it a wonderful light green color. This is a great jar to use in the kitchen for a canister. Sets can be made from all half gallon jars, or a combination of pint, midget pint, quart, half gallon, and gallon jars, all with the same beautiful light green color, and matching lids.

It is perfect addition to any Country, Rustic, Early American or Arts and Crafts Decor, and is increasingly popular with those who own contemporary homes! It is a great present for youoryour buddy who is hard to buy for who loves old jars and antiques


Rustic Apple Green Classic Replica Vintage Mason's 1858 Canning Fruit Jar Pint:
$20

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