The Invention Of The Mason Jars by jared fuentes

Mason Jars are special types of jars that help you keep your stuff contained.

the restaurant decided to keep their flowers in mason jars.

John landis mason

John Landis Mason 1832 in Vineland, New Jersey – February 26, 1902), was an American tinsmith and the patentee of the metal screw-on lid for fruit jars that have come to be known as Mason jars. Many such jars were printed with the line "Mason's Patent Nov 30th 1858".

they were washing many mason jars

A brief explanation of a mason jars

A mason jar, named after John Landis Mason who first invented and patented it in 1858,is modeled glass jar used in home canning to preserve food.The jars mouth has a screw thread on its outer perimeter to accept the metal ring core ("band").

This invention makes life easier because you can store foods in the mason jars.

The purpose is for putting stuff in them so you can have a place to store all types of things so they can stay fresh and be contained well.

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