Pair of Antique Aqua Blue Lynchburg Standard Mason Canning Jars with Zinc Lids

Pair of Antique Aqua Blue Lynchburg Standard Mason Canning Jars with Zinc Lids

Regular price $95.50


Product Description:  An exceptional pair of early pint size Lynchburg Standard Mason Canning Fruit Jars by Lynchburg Glass Corp., Lynchburg, Virginia. These jars are believed to have been made during a short production span approximately 1923-1925 when the plant were heavy in producing insulators. This pair comes with the zinc lids and milk glass inserts with the scripted “Ball” on the top of lids.

Note:  Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.

Circa: 1923-1925

Height: 5 ¼”
Diameter: 2 5/8” (outside diameter of mouth)

Style Mouth: Regular

Capacity: Pint

Product Weight:  1 pound 10 ounces (pair)

Color:  Aqua Blue

Material: Glass, Metal (Zinc)

Maker: Lynchburg Glass Corp., Lynchburg Glass Works

Markings: LYNCHBURG STANDARD MASON (embossed on front)

Origin: Lynchburg, Virginia

Condition:  Previously owned – used. Condition is consistent with age. Good condition and clean. No visible cracks in glass. There are some nicks on the lip of glass jars. Zinc lids have normal oxidation on the exterior. Milk glass inserts are intact within lids. Some bubbles in glass. Please refer to the photographs as they are part of the description.

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