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Antique Dundee Marmalade Jars

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Set of three cream-colored stoneware jars made in England. Each with a slightly different label printed on the exterior, but all from the James Keiller & Son company. One is stamped 1862.

Slight crackled blue staining in the bottom of one of the larger jars, probably ink from a ball point pen. One chip along the bottom edge.

The two larger pots measure 4.5" tall and 3" across, the little guy is just about 2" tall.

One of the larger jars has "Pot made in England" stamped into the bottom, one has a bubbling texture, and the little guy is unmarked.

Antique Dundee Marmalade Jars


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Only ships within United States.
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