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Help ID a cookie jar.

Posted by mrskjun (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 22, 09 at 13:49

When I first saw this, I immediately thought McCoy. I have checked ebay, online, and books. But I haven't been able to identify it. Anyone have a clue?
It stands 10" tall and 7 1/2" across the front. It is triangular in shape.
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RE: Help ID a cookie jar.

It doesn't really make me think McCoy. At first I wondered about Royal Copley, but I don't have a book and don't know how they were marked, or if they did bases like that. I've seen planters that were unmarked, with that type of base, but I never knew who made them. I think I had some kind of small vegetable shaped planter that had a base similar to that. Sorry I can't be of any help.


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