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Weck 11.5 oz. Zylinder Glass Canning Jar

  • Weck 11.5 oz. Zylinder Glass Canning Jar
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Weck 11.5 oz. Zylinder Glass Canning Jar
$3.99/ea.

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Embossed with the famous strawberry logo, Weck's glass jars have been the go-to choice for European home-canners since 1900. Glass lids with rubber gaskets and stainless steel clamps make it easy to create an air-tight seal. Each jar has been designed with a wide mouth for neater, quicker filling and a shape that shows off contents. This slender jar is perfect for canning fruits and vegetables, storing loose teas, or packaging snacks and candies. A pretty sight on tables, it's especially impressive as packaging for homemade gifts.

  • Glass with rubber gasket and removable stainless steel clamps
  • Dishwasher-safe
SKU#:

10070413

Dimensions

  • 2-1/2" diam. x 5-3/8" h

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Community Q&A

Can these be used in the oven or toaster oven?

Asked by: tk678
We do not recommend using Weck Canning Jars in the oven or toaster oven
Answered by: Hcordray
Date published: 2019-03-23

Metal clamps on wecks (sp?) jars

Are the metal clamps on the wecks jars attached to the jar top? Sally
Asked by: Teachermama2010
No. The clamps are removable and not attached to the lid.
Answered by: chuckm
Date published: 2019-01-11

Can these be used for heating food in the microwave?

Asked by: Vartikasr
Yes, with the lid, seal and clips removed, our Weck Canning Jars are microwave-safe.
Answered by: psb87
Date published: 2019-01-11
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There are few designs as classic as the Weck Canning Jar. These Mason Jar-esque products have served as go-tos for canning for over a century now and it's not hard to see why. They're beautiful and simply made, and their thick glass construction, rubber gaskets and stainless steel clamps are timeless.

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