Bennington Mottled Pottery Tobacco Jar with Lidded Match Holder Finial & Rockingham Glaze
Description: A wonderful example of a Bennington pottery tobacco jar created in the form of a barrel. With a Rockingham style glaze this piece stands just under 7 inches with a matching lid and match holder finial.
Note: Refer to Condition for additional information.
Circa: Believed to be Late 1800’s
Height: 6 ¾”
Width: 4 ½”
Product Weight: 2 pounds 2 ounces
Colors: Mottled Brown
Material: Stoneware, Earthenware
Markings: No makers mark or signatures
Condition: Previously owned - used. Lid is in perfect condition. Body of barrel has 2 scrapes and glaze skips, mostly on bottom edge. No chips or nicks on rim.
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