Dating mason jars
This basic kitchen item brings up vivid memories for us of Mom canning in the kitchen. Find out more about the history and collectibility of these common jars.Jars were used by many a wife and mother to can and preserve food.Prior to that time, flat tin lids were attached to the jars with wax rings.John Mason was a tinsmith in New York and perfected a machine that would cut threads into the lids, creating a jar with a reusable, screw-on lid.Creates a spark in your heart to keep your marriage alive.An excitement to date your spouse again and to work things out.
(The first time I did this, I used regular sticks, painted them, wrote on the front, and put glitter glue on the back.Tired of hearing the question, “What do you want to do tonight? If you’re like us, you probably just default to watching TV, reading, or playing on your computers/phones because you’re tired and can’t think of anything better to do.It’s tough trying to think of things to do together.Later, the process was “perfected” by Ball in 1913 when his factory was able to produce both the lid and jar to ensure a perfect fit each time.Ball jars were made in various colors, but the blue and clear colors are the most common.