Weck Tulip Jars (Set of 6)
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Turn this summer's harvest into next year's jam.
Weck has been in the canning business for over a century, and we can safely say that these jars are the best around. When not housing summer tomatoes and jams, we like to fill these tulip-shaped beauties with honey and pull them out at breakfast time -- an easy way to brighten up weekday mornings.
Choose from traditional glass lids, or (if you're not going to use them for canning) class them up with Acacia wood lids. Each wood lid is fitted with a silicone gasket to seal tightly and has its own unique wood grain. The lids are also sold separately if you already own a set of the jars!
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Rocky Luten, and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Jars are glass with rubber seal and stainless steel clips; wood lids are Acacia wood with silicone gasket
7.4-ounce Jars are 2.38" in diameter x 3.125" H, hold 7.4 ounces; 19.6-ounce Jars are 3.88" in diameter x 3.38" H, hold 19.6 ounces; Small Wood Lids are 2.75" in diameter, fit 7.4-ounce jars; Large Wood Lids are 4.25" in diameter, fit 19.6-ounce jars
Care & Notes -
Jars are dishwasher and freezer safe. We recommend hand-washing the rubber gaskets and metal clips. Wood lids are hand wash only and should not be soaked or submerged in water. Jars are not suitable for canning if used with the wood lids.
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