21 November, 2013

~Old Golden Harvest Mason jars®~

Look what I found in the very back of our under the sink kitchen cabinets: some old Golden Harvest Mason jars® with their rings! 'Not sure how old they actually are, but they have no seams and do have indentions in circles around their bottoms. This could mean that the glass was hand-blown, which would date them to mid-1800's. Likely, though, they are from the 1960's since that's when we moved into this house and there is no rust present. They had been washed since their last use. Whether old or not, they are nice prim style decor aren't they? What do you think they should be filled with? Candle wax? Corn? Potpourri?

8 comments:

  1. Hi Danice,what a lovely find! I can see these filled with pine cones,dried orange slices and some peppermint sticks.Have fun filling them my friend.Blessings,Jen

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  2. pretty. good luck with what you do with them.

    Felicia

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  3. They are so neat my friend and I've seen so many fun ideas. I like the Christmas tree and pretties stuck down inside of them. It would be fun to look at pinterest. Sweet hugs!

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  4. I just love jars and all the things you can do with them!

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  5. Love them! You struck gold finding them!

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  6. I love old mason jars! I use them for so many things! On my worktable I have my brushes, pencils, etc in them. You can make "snow globes" out of them. I have some filled with scrabble pieces, spools of thread, so many uses!!!

    I received my ornies from Amy's Homespun ornie swap and your snowman was one of them! I just LOVE it!!! I'm a snowman gal and my collection is growing!!! Thank you!

    Wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!!

    xoxo

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  7. A amizade nos faz ver o mundo com olhos novos.
    Amo apreciar seus lindos trabalhos!
    Uma doce semana.
    Beijos Marie.

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  8. What great suggestions, friends. Thank you all so much.

    Sim amizade é muito especial. é tão divertido de ver e apreciar o trabalho que eles fazem.

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