Canning Jars Photos

Glass canning jars or bottles were invented for food preservation and were sealed by creating a partial vacuum inside which kept the lids down by pressure.

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Malted milk glass bottle & other ceramic containers at Mariposa Museum. Mariposa, CA.Butter churner & pie safe with display of glass canning jars at Calaveras County Downtown Museum. San Andreas, CA.Pie safe, canning jars & butter churn at El Dorado County Historical Museum. Placerville, CA.Antique glass canning jars at El Dorado County Historical Museum. Placerville, CA.
Malted milk glass bottle & other ceramic containers at Mariposa Museum. Mariposa, CA.Butter churner & pie safe with display of glass canning jars at Calaveras County Downtown Museum. San Andreas, CA.Pie safe, canning jars & butter churn at El Dorado County Historical Museum. Placerville, CA.Antique glass canning jars at El Dorado County Historical Museum. Placerville, CA.
Coffee grinder, canning jar & churn in kitchen at Rosemount House Museum. Pueblo, CO.Collection of early American canning jars at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Stoneware crocks, ceramics, glass canning jars & boxes in Layton General Store at Old Bethpage Village. Old Bethpage, NY.Collection of antique food bottles in lobby at Houston City Hall. Houston, TX.
Coffee grinder, canning jar & churn in kitchen at Rosemount House Museum. Pueblo, CO.Collection of early American canning jars at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Stoneware crocks, ceramics, glass canning jars & boxes in Layton General Store at Old Bethpage Village. Old Bethpage, NY.Collection of antique food bottles in lobby at Houston City Hall. Houston, TX.
Antique canning jars at Nichols-Rice-Cherry House at Sam Houston Park. Houston, TX.


Antique canning jars at Nichols-Rice-Cherry House at Sam Houston Park. Houston, TX.



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