Lot 437    

Stamped JOHN BELL Redware Canning Jar,
2008, Fine and Decorative Art, Oct. 17 & 18
American, ca 1850, by John Bell, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, of lead glazed redware. Straight-sided form with rounded shoulder and wax sealer rim, covered in a mustard lead glaze with manganese streaks around the rim; 7.25" high.

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Few chips around rim, tight line on bottom and crazing to glaze.
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