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Jar Questions

Can I order custom products?

Yes, we offer customization bulk options for corporate gifts, party gifts, and fundraising.  Minimum of 12 units.

Please email us here with the details of what you'd like and we will get back to you with a quote.

What size is my jar?

We have a whole page just for that, click here!

What is a GEM jar?

GEM jars were mainly (possibly only ever) produced in Canada between the early 1900's and the late 1960's.  GEM jars have a mouth diameter in-between regular and wide mouth jars. You can see measurements here

Gem jars can be sealed with pretty vintage glass lids or new modern canning lids. Find all Gem size lids here.

Do you date or value vintage jars or collections?

No, we don't value or date jars, though we do love to see pictures of your collections.  We recommend The Red Book of Jars by Douglas M. Leybourne Jr. for your jar valuation needs. Keep in mind that the collector value and market value can vary wildly.

Do you purchase jars or collections?

Sometimes - depending on the size and quality of a collection. Please email us a complete itemized list with plenty of pictures and your asking price. 

Jar donations (old and new) are always accepted at our retail store location. Click here for details.

 

Do you sell any plastic mason jars?

No, we try to steer clear of drinking and eating out of plastic whenever possible.

All of our mason jars are real modern or vintage canning jars unless otherwise noted in the product description. 

 

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