Fulham stoneware Preserve Jar Identification

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Fulham stoneware Preserve Jar Identification

Post by web44ca on May 14th 2016, 3:43 pm







I am interested in knowing if this stoneware preserve jar is an example of John Dwight's pottery - Fulham?

It stands just under 10" tall, 6 3/4" base diameter, not certain if it is slip/salt glazed.
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Re: Fulham stoneware Preserve Jar Identification

Post by NaomiM on May 14th 2016, 8:44 pm

It's a form that was copied by many potteries. Without a mark it's difficult to pin down to a particular pottery but maybe someone has a similar one with a Fulham mark?

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Re: Fulham stoneware Preserve Jar Identification

Post by studio-pots on May 14th 2016, 10:43 pm

It looks late 19th into 20th century stoneware that is a standard style shape that was made, as Naomi says by numerous potteries in the UK and, I suspect, copied in North America.

So made around 200 years after John Dwight's death.

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