187 large mason jar Products
The Kuhn Rikon Jar and Bottle opener easily opens stuck jars, large and small bottles(even nail polish), soda cans, pull tabs and more. This ergonomic 5-in-1 opener does it all. Color - Red
Kuhn Rikon Jar & Bottle Opener - Red
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The charming fuchsia design on this tin sells it even before it's opened. And who doesn't love having a collection of candles to freshen up the house? They make ordinary moments feel special and romantic.
The ubiquitous blue Mason jars are so commonly used as vases, but they are still so beautiful. The blue really is the perfect accent to freshly cut stems from the garden.
From Proctor-Silex, this blender features Stainless Steel blades, 8 speeds and 375 Watts of power. The large 48 oz. Jar is dishwasher safe and flips over for space-saving storage.
Space Saving Blender
Hanging Mason jars with candles inside is another fun way to add soft light to an outdoor entertaining space. I would love to see these clustered together and hanging in a tree.
Hanging Mason Jar
How about some Mason jar salt and pepper shakers for your mom's breakfast nook when she makes scrambled eggs during the holidays?
These 100th Anniversary Ball jars are tinted blue to look like the originals. Use them to serve drinks, display candles or for crafts.
Mason jars make the perfect storage containers for all things food. Why not make them extra special, like these hand-drawn jars from How Now Design on Etsy?
Blue mason jars make perfect flower vases, and you can usually find them at flea markets and vintage stores. I have an entire collection that gets heavily used around this time of year. They're perfect for elevating that grocery store bouquet.
Mason jars are super multifunctional. They make the perfect storage containers for pens, pencils and scissors.
Forget the red Solo cups for your next outdoor party, and opt for a classic Mason jar. This one comes equipped with a handle, lid and straw, making it perfect for outdoor dining — and kid friendly too.
These daisy cutout Mason jar lids and striped straws make an ice cold lemonade look so summery and refreshing.
There is something rustic yet playful about drinking out of a Mason jar mug. The vintage decal on this one perfectly describes the fun inside.
This clever hanging fishnet holds a glass jar. I'd fill the jar with water and flowers to act as a rustic vase, or I might light it up with a tea light for indoor or outdoor ambiance. Grouping several hanging jars together would produce a more dramatic effect.
Show off those patriotic colors at end-of-summer barbecues with these painted Mason jars. They're a charming way to set out utensils for everyone.
I always keep a stash of good old Mason jars around. I know that they have been a big deal for a long time now, but they are still great. Store baking ingredients that need an air-tight seal in them. I personally love using them for my paint brushes, lidless of course.
How much fun are these Mason jar shot glasses? They set the tone for a casual evening with friends and are the perfect gift to help get the party started, especially when paired with a bottled spirit!
Mason Jar Shot Glasses
I love the look of Mason jars for drinks, and this beverage dispenser will hold two gallons of your favorite drink, spiked or not.
If you love the look of a blue jar, get your hands on a vintage Mason jar and stick a tea light in it. It's so easy and lovely.
16-1/2OZ CO FAIR DRINKJAR CLR (12)
Goblets seem too fussy for a casual backyard wedding. These Mr. and Mrs. jar glasses are charming and whimsical.
First, you'll need something to hold your jams, pickles, etc. These classic Kerr jars are an economical set at about $1 each.
For a really cost-effective solution, you could line up rows of Mason jars on a shelf or dresser and corral Lego pieces by color. They'd look like rows of candy jars — but be careful the kids don't start munching away on them!
I’m trying to make it easy for my kids to get creative, so I cleaned up their art area and lined up several mason jars filled with markers, pencils and crayons.
Versatile Mason jars with handles are perfect for storing silverware or serving up spiked lemonade, fruity iced tea or sangria during your backyard barbecue. The generous size ensures that guests stay hydrated, and they lend a vintage appeal to the event. Attach a ring with a blank tag so that...
Label your homemade jams, preserves, pickles and mustards. These are helpful for you to keep track of what's what, and they're also sweet for distinguished gift giving.
Large in size and timeless in appeal, our Monogram 26 oz. Mason Jars are great for both drinking and decorating. Use them to sip your favorite summertime beverage, or fill them with flowers, shells, rocks or candles to add a touch of country charm to any space. Set of 2. Clear glass. Each may be...
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