I really like these little guys because of their history and because I like the creamy color of the stoneware.
They are fairly difficult to find in my area however when I do find them they are not expensive. Mine have ranged from $10 - $14. They can be found on ETSY and Ebay fairly easily. I think the reason they don't have much value is because at one time there were so many of them made and many are still out there.
I found a site that speaks to the history of them, Water Between Stones. I'm not sure of the accuracy of the information but it sounds pretty straight forward. I know they started making the orange marmalade and jars over 200 years ago and that the jars are no longer used. They are now in
I showed you the picture of my dundee jar that holds a flameless candle. That proud fella sits in the living room and gets used most nights. My other jar has been put to work as well because anything remotely resembling a cha-ch-key usually has to pull it's own weight and function in my house!
|My Mrs. Meyer's hand soap bottle fits snug as a bug in a rug.|
Here is a great photo from google images of some lucky owner's collection
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