This cookie jar would be a wonderful gift for a cookie jar collector! Made by American Bisque, this is the toy soldier cookie jar. Measures 11 ½” tall at tallest, bottom back is marked USA 742, and is in wonderful condition. There is light crazing and interior bottom crazing has a small amount of darkening (caused by shortening in cookies) – nothing detrimental or distracting in any way. There’s a teeny 1/16” ding on rim of jar – again, not detracting...
I purchased several matching Cleminson items and have listed them today! This is the cookie jar, measures 9” tall to top of knob type handle, stamped on bottom: The California Cleminsons, hand painted, and is in excellent condition. The colors and design on this piece and the others are outstanding!!
Made by Enesco, this is the very difficult to find blue dress Prayer Lady cookie jar! She measures 9 ¾” tall and bottom still has the original Enesco foil sticker. In wonderful condition – has a couple teeny, teeny dings on jar rim that really aren’t worthy of mention. She has a 1/16” glaze ding in her hair (see photo) – it’s superficial and is glaze color only – that’s it!! Super addition to a collection.
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Haven't we all enjoyed Entenmann's wonderful baked goods? Now you can make your kitchen happy with this cheerful cookie jar issued by Entenmann's Bakery! It's shaped like a chef, the lid is his hat -- a really big hat. He's a happy chef, has a big smile. Jar is nice size -- 11 3/4" tall at tallest. Stamped on bottom (underglaze): Made in Brazil, Exclusively For Entenmann's, 1st Collectors Series/JCK 1992...
Very attractively designed cookie jar produced by Frankoma for Kent Feeds! This is a limited edition jar issued in 1999. Jar is shaped like a sack and has very pretty feed sack type fruit design on front and back (see photo). Measures 10” tall, opening is 5 ½” x 4”...
Absolutely beautiful Hall cookie jar that’s loaded with gold trim! Bottom is stamped: FlareWare by Hall China, Made in USA. Jar measures 9 1/8” tall (to top of handle) and is in excellent condition. The only evidence of “use” is a barely visible Y shaped glaze break on exterior bottom – it doesn’t go through and appears to be very superficial. Do not be deterred by my description – this is an eye-catching cookie jar!
This is the difficult to find Holt Howard cookie jar from 1960! The lid has some missing color, mostly on underneath edge. The Santa and metal holder are in super condition. The cold paint on the jar bottom is excellent but the jar has been bumped causing a break/crack that extends diagonally almost across the jar bottom. This item is not perfect but is a wonderful display piece or the lid and Santa could be used as replacement parts.
This is a very nice McCoy cookie jar part – the “animal crackers” bottom. Produced only 1959-60, jar is marked McCoy, USA and is in wonderful condition. It has lost the cold paint on the animals (not unusual) and it has a super tight, faint 3/8” hairline at rim – not detrimental. Very nice!
This is a colorful McCoy cookie jar – it’s the basket of eggs produced 1977-79! The lid has a ½” production stress at the base and the bottom has a teeny ding and a 1/8” ding on inside rim edge – not detrimental – that’s it! Bottom is marked: 0274, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Very nice jar with minor imperfections and priced to reflect being a little less than perfect!
Produced 1977/1979, this is McCoy’s basket of eggs cookie jar! It’s in wonderful condition with a couple dings on lid’s dry ring (not worth mentioning) and a color pop on bottom of jar (again, not worth mentioning). Interior bottom has a couple craze marks. Jar is marked on bottom: 0274, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Super addition to a collection!
McCoy’s basket cookie jars are so neat – this one is the basket of eggs! The jar “basket” is bright yellow, the lid “eggs” are white, and both pieces have shiny overglaze. Marked on bottom: 0274, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA and is in wonderful condition. Has some typical production flaws – few dots of color under the glaze – not detrimental in any way! There is also a glazed over stress line inside bottom of jar – again not detrimental...
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This listing has McCoy’s super collectible and somewhat elusive Betsy Baker cookie jar! She is in excellent condition – no chips, no cracks, no crazing! Bottom is marked: 184, McCoy, Lancaster Colony (mark), USA. Produced only during 1975/1976, Betsy is a difficult to find jar and a treasure for any collection!