[Mccoypottery-talk] Cook Stove Cookie Jar FYI

BarbCrews barbc@thecookiejar.net
Tue, 26 Mar 2002 08:51:24 -0600


House of Webster is still around and still have a few ceramic items for 
their jellies and jams.
Right now I find a ceramic red apple, a burlap sack  -- both of which are 
very similar to vintage jars.
And a crock with "roses" on it.

http://www.houseofwebster.com/

bc


At 06:39 AM 3/26/02 -0500, you wrote:
>this was a smaller version made by House of Webster.....they duplicated
>several McCoy cookie jars.  They sold cookies, jellies, etc......At one time
>it wasthought to be a salesmans sample ....Chiquita
>
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Barbara Crews
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