Item 4004


Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this Little 1 Gallon Preserve Jar marked "Cortland."


This is the work of Madison Woodruff who ran the pottery in Cortland from 1849-1885 (William Ketchum, Jr., American Stoneware, p. 71).  


This beauty sports the Pottery Stamp with Cobalt Wash and a Freehand Flower with Four Petals with Inner Squiggles, with Additional Tendrils Separating the Petals.  All the decoration is executed with a slip cup.  Stands 9 1/4" tall.  


Good Condition.  Chips around the inner rim where a lid would sit, a 1" hairline at the rim stopping at the shoulder (closeup 1), and a 4" vertical in-body hairline on the left side with some surface-only craze lines beside it (closeup 2).  No outer rim or base chips, stains, or restoration.      


A very appealing Woodruff jar that will brighten most any shelf in your display!


Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

Cortland, New York 1 Gallon Jar with Floral, att. Madison Woodruff


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    Ashland, Ohio 44805


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