Preserving jar, ironstone 5", late-19th-century

SKU: 1932


This French ironstone jar was used for preserves. The lip at the top of the jar was for fastening a fabric cover. A potter’s stamp reads 5, there is no maker’s mark, however this is undoubtedly a piece from Creil. La faïence de Creil-Montereau is renowned for its exquisite stoneware. Light wear consistent with age and use.

Approx. 4¾” diameter x 4” high

Approx. 12cm diameter x 10cm high

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