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Antique French Mustard Jar - Heavy White Ironstone - "Dagousset" Logo & Typography

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An early, vintage, collectible, white ironstone French mustard crock with beautiful old black graphics and lettering on the front, a heavy rolled rim, and a pair of darkened chips at the base.

This gorgeous French mustard jar reads "Moutard Du Nouveau Verjus, Dagousset, Fabricant de Moutarde, a Dijon" with a flowing banner and coat of arms type logo. It is very heavy, with a wonderful rustic patina - there are plenty of tan age spots, streaks, and tiny nicks, as well as a pair of large, shallow, dark chips at the base. Similiar to English marmalade jars or meat crocks, these early French mustard jars are a highly sought-after collectible, and look fabulous with a collection of antique white ironstone.

Measures 4 1/2" high, and 2 5/8" across the base. There is a French makers mark on the base, slightly obscurred by an embossed mark, that reads in part "---.M. & Cie, Porcel Opaque".

(Listing is for mustard jar, only. All other ironstone shown in pictures is not for sale.)

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Antique French Mustard Jar - Heavy White Ironstone - "Dagousset" Logo & Typography


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: ironstone, china, stoneware
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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