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Small Mouth European Glass Canning/Juice Jars

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Glass jars with glass lids have been used all over Europe since 1900. Great for canning garden produce or for storing dried goods, candy, jelly or leftovers. Microwave safe and look nice enough to take right to the table.
  • 2-1/8" opening for easy pouring
  • Tapered jars are easy to grip and fit in refrigerator door
  • Each pack comes with 6 jars, 6 glass lids, stainless steel clamps (used during canning to help lid seal), rubber gaskets
  • Made in Germany
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SMALL MOUTH EUROPEAN GLASS CANNING/JUICE JARS DESCRIPTION
To use as canning jars, clamp glass lid and rubber seal on jar with two stainless steel clamps (included). Seal tight in water bath or pressure canner. Jars, lids, rubber seal and clamps are all reusable.

Stay-fresh plastic covers must be purchased separately.

1 Liter: 9-3/4"H, 1 lb
1/2 Liter: 7-1/4"H, 1/2 lb

Storing milk in the refrigerator - Our glass jars make wonderful milk bottles. Much more attractive than plastic jugs and much easier to clean than small-mouthed bottles!


Customer Reviews of Small Mouth European Glass Canning/Juice Jars
Product Rating: 4.3 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 7/18/2013
said: Michele
"These are excellent for CANNING. The lids won't seal without vacuum packing, though--DON'T try to use this as a water bottle for daily use. For canning purposes, the Weck jars/bottles are superior, cheaper in the long run than single-use canning lids. "
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- 12/25/2010
said: Jackie
"Really nice product for canning liquids. Very happy with product and service!"
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- 9/13/2010
said: Greg
"I honestly do not care for the way the lids are secured to the top. One thing I use them for is water bottles that I transport back and forth to work daily. They go in my backpack. I think I was expecting the kind of lid that is secured by a clamp, kind of like most glass canisters are secured (a clamp that attaches to the jar on one side and then clasps on to secure the other side. the clamps just seem kind of flimsy and not real secure. To me, I do not like that they are secured with 2 metal brackets that can easily come off if it is not packed just right and you do not move just right and make a big mess. Aside from this, I do like the jars."
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