November 30th is National Mason Jar Day. Celebrate with Hattingdon.
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Make It Your Own
Click on any of the above designs above and use it as a template. Customize it. Switch out the image, make a text only design, whatever you want. That’s the Zazzle way!
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The threaded top design is a replica of the Mason jars of old used on farms and in country restaurants, but with a modern design made just for you. Available in two sizes, with or without handles.
Dimensions: 3.5″w x 2.75″l x 4.875″h
Capacity: 13.97 oz. when filled to the rim
Customizable on 2 sides
Handmade with care. Please hand wash for long lasting decorations
Wide mouth design is perfect for easy cleaning
The perfect complement to any home-styled recipe
White design elements will be transparent
Lid not included
About National Mason Jar Day
On November 30, National Mason Jar Day commemorates an ingenious invention that’s been bringing families together for generations.
Simply by opening a jar of fruit preserves or spicy salsa, we enjoy the flavors of summer in the midst of winter. For those who love to pickle, the Mason jar makes it possible to pickle just about every fruit and vegetable in the garden. From green beans to watermelon, we can make it sweet or spicy!
While some forms of food preservation have existed for centuries, it wasn’t until John Landis Mason’s patent #22186 for an “Improvement in screwneck bottles” was issued that home canning became a safe reality. The young tinsmith from New Jersey had created a revolutionary design. Read more »
How to Observe
Share all your favorite ways to use Mason jars. Whether you fill them with your favorite recipes, a miniature fairy garden or hang them from a chandelier, show your appreciation for the Mason jar and use #NationalMasonJarDay on social media.
Later Mason jar alligators,