Is there anything hotter than vintage Mason jars right now? It seems that they are popping up everywhere, from home decor to table centerpieces at weddings. They have been painted, distressed, used for candles, and covered in lace or burlap. Recently I found a box full of old cookbooks with some wonderful old graphics, including some for Ball Mason jars. I thought you would like to see the colorful old depictions of Mason jars doing what they were intended to do: canning fruits and vegetables.
This book was published in the 1920's: