Mamó Mason Jars Ireland

Ball Mason Jars. Now in Ireland.

Available to post nationwide or collect in Fairview, Dublin 3.

Buy 10 or more, get 10% OFF!
Buy 20 or more and get 20% OFF!

16oz Standard

€5 473ml
+ 16oz Standard

16oz Wide Mouth

€6 473ml
+ 16oz Wide Mouth

32oz Standard

€7 950ml
+ 32oz Standard

32oz Clear Wide Mouth

€8 950ml

Out of stock :(
+ 32oz Clear Wide Mouth

32oz Blue Wide Mouth

€9 950ml
+ 32oz Blue Wide Mouth

64oz Standard

€12 1892ml
+ 64oz Standard

What are these fancy-dan Mason Jars anyway?

Mason Jars are a preserving jar made in the US. Traditionally they were used for storing home made food like jam. They come in a variety of sizes and some limited colours. Each jar comes with a 2 part lid, the outer ring with the threads clamps down on a sealed disc.

Besides just looking great, a subculture has emerged where the Mason Jars are used as the basis for DIY projects, you can see a few of the hundreds of examples below.

Ok you got me, would I find one down the local shop?

No sorry. But you can order online now by choosing the jars you want above. Postage in Ireland is €10.00 for all orders and we also offer a collection service in Fairview, Dublin 3.

For more details or if you've any questions
please email shop@mamo.ie
or phone 086 3251635

Mason jars aren't just for preserving.

Lamp Shade

Lamp Shade

Hanging Mason Jar

Hanging Mason Jar

Mason Jar Cocktail

Mason Jar Cocktail

Mason Jar Cookie Mix

Mason Jar Cookie Mix

Mason Jar Tiki Torch

Mason Jar Tiki Torch

Glitter Dipped Mason Jars

Glitter Dipped Mason Jars

Natural Room Scent

Natural Room Scent

Vintage pictures in Mason Jars

Vintage pictures in Mason Jars

Bathroom Storage Mason Jars

Bathroom Storage Mason Jars

Mason Jar Candles

Mason Jar Candles

Mason Jar Sewing Kit

Mason Jar Sewing Kit

Canning Food

Canning Food

Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

Mason Jar Salads

Mason Jar Salads

Mason Jar Floating Candles

Mason Jar Floating Candles

Bow Tie Drinking Glass

Bow Tie Drinking Glass

What our customers say...

The Mason jar was invented and patented in 1858 by Philadelphia tinsmith John Landis Mason.

John was raised in Philadelphia and moved to New York to file his jar patent at the young age of 26. As a tinsmith, Mason first created the standard thread cap then the jar to go with it. The jars were an immediate success. They offered a more reliable method of preserving foods and were widely used across the country allowing homesteaders and urban populations to flourish. Like today, the jars were affordable and re-useable. For the next 100 years, with only some minor tweaks, mason jars were an integral part of food preservation. Although “canning” (the American term for home preserving) decreased in popularity in the mid-1900s, we are seeing a 21st century resurgence due to economics and desire for better food choices.

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