Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this Tiny 6 3/4" Stoneware Jar attributed to Richard Remmey of Philadelpia.
Richard Remmey made stoneware in Philadelphia at the family pottery from the 1860's to the turn of the century (Phil Shaltenbrand, Big Ware Turners, pp. 8-9).
Circa 1870, this beauty features this uncommon small size, carefully tooled rim, and three flowers around the middle. Each flower has 6 leaves and a blossom with 3 petals. This is a very pleasing and identifiable Remmey decoration. Stands 6 3/4" tall.
Excellent Condition. Some water glass staining inside, four minor nibbles on the rim (pinhead-size to 3/16"), and six minor chips at the base and underside (1/8' to 3/8). No inner rim chips, hairlines, cracks, or restoration.
You rarely see decorated jars by Remmey in this small size.