The Purple Heritage Collection Jars are HERE

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We are giddy with delight! Pallets of these beautiful PURPLE Heritage Collection jars rolled into our warehouse yesterday!

Purple Heritage Collection Jars

Purple is the newest color in Ball’s limited edition Heritage Collection. The jars are available in quart and pint size featuring 1915 period-inspired purple color and embossed logos on the front and back. They are safe for canning, food storage, and whatever your heart desires.

Ball developed the Heritage Collection in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the development of a series of jars, designed by the Ball brothers, each intended to be better than the one before. 1913 saw the launch of the first true “Perfect Mason” jar. In 1914 “PERFECTION,” jars were released and then “IMPROVED” jars in 1915. Heritage Collection2015

These limited edition Purple Heritage Collection jars join the blue (released in 2013) and green (released in 2014) Heritage jars as a celebration of the original Ball Mason jar.

We think the new purple jars will pair perfectly with our new purple lids. They’d even look great with our red and pink lids and some fun straws!

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Oh, and and look at the entire Heritage collection with red, pink & blue  ReCAPs! We also have ReCAPS in black & silver.

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You can get your purple Heritage jars here. Ball is no longer making the blue and green heritage jars, but we still have some available. You can find the entire heritage collection here.

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One Comment

  1. Debi Lefever
    Posted February 14, 2015 at 10:53 pm | Permalink

    WOW!!!! First of all, purple is my FAVORITE color!!! But if I had some of each color, I would line them up on my front windowsill with beautiful flowers in them along with some others instead of bowls for the fridge. Looking at these beautiful colors makes my mouth water.

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