EAN-130791810236764   EAN-13 barcode 0791810236764
UPC-A791810236764   UPC-A barcode 791810236764
Product NameBall Collection Elite Pint (16-oz.) Wide Mouth Jars, Clear, 1-Pack of 4
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B005GXH3JC
Price New6.65 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width10 inches    (convert)
Height9 inches    (convert)
Length11 inches    (convert)
Weight260 hundredths pounds    (convert)
FeaturesItem Weight 2.6125, Item Depth 7.4, Item Width 7.3, Item Height 3.76
Long DescriptionJARDEN-Ball Canning Jars. No matter what your needs, you can't go wrong with Ball jars! Of course they are great in the kitchen for canning and storing foods, but they're also great in all kinds of other situations. Organize buttons, beads, embellishments, and ribbons in the craft room. Store screws, nails, washers, and other small items in the garage. Create unique displays for bath salts, cotton balls, and bandages in the bathroom. You can even use them as a fun gift giving package--simply fill with treats and place a cute bow on top! This package contains four Ball jars. Each jar holds one pint (16 ounces), has a wide mouth, and comes with a 2-piece metal lid. They are made of crystal clear glass and have the Ball logo embossed on the outside. Made in USA.
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