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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”. 2014 marks the second year of a multi-year limited edition series with the introduction of the Spring Green Jar. These vintage-inspired green jars maintain all modern Ball jar standards for quality and reliability. Perfect for all of your home canning needs...or as a collectible item!
Limited edition 100th anniversary of the “PERFECTION” jar by the Ball Brothers
Vintage-inspired packaging and heritage green color jars with custom embossed front and back
Maintains same quality, performance and structure as current Regular-Mouth pint jars
Unique color encourages use in trendy crafts and storage projects
Second year of a multi-year limited edition series
I love my new blue colored Ball pint jars, the color is gorgeous and goes great with the color scheme in my kitchen. Going to use them as spice jars, because I think they would be prettier sitting on the shelf than the jars the spices come in at the store.
Got these as soon as I saw them. They go great with the blue commemorative 16oz jars. I use these as drinking glasses and mix and match them with the blue ones. How about you come out with a violet glass next year. That would be the perfect addition to my drinking glasses.
The green color of these jars is so fresh that I actually kept 3 jars and put them on my window ledge over my kitchen sink and filled them with fresh flowers. It makes me feel happy just to look at them. I make jam and sauces every year and give them to friends and relatives. I am sure they will love these jars even after they are empty.
I was thrilled to see the blue jars and subsequent fly the green pints and quarts. They are amazing and I bought enough to use to can and to use in the kitchen, as well as fill with flowers from my garden for gifts. I wish you would keep making them and all other colors as well. I even had a conversation about them on Nj transit train when someone saw me with a jar of flowers, and I bought some as a gift for a friend who cans. clearly, I love them!,
I love the new colors ! Blue was so my color and I just decorated our summer parties with it . Now GREEN ! This will make my Christmas giving beautiful ! I have always used Ball bottles when canning and have less breakage. Thank you for colors.
the green pint jars remind me of the days gone up growing up as a child, I was more familiar with the blue ones, but occasionally would see a green one that my grandmother had canned something in. Happy times, but hard work!