Antique biscuits/cookie/cracker jar that is made of bent, quarter sawn oak and has a porcelain liner. It has brass feet and accents, and the face plate has been monogrammed. It is all original, and complete, less 2 small screws in the top, brass band. It stands 7 inches tall, not including the main handle, or the handle on the lid. There are some flaws. Most notably is the split on one of the side seams of the oak, and a couple of old paint speckles near it. I haven't tried to remove them. The porcelain liner inside has cracks that you can see in the close of photos. I believe that it was made by Hammond Creake & Co. in Sheffield, England, The Hammond Creake Company was in business from 1886-1935. There are several hallmarks that I have shown in one of the photos. I am NOT an expert in this field!! I apologize for the high shipping, but this weighs 3 pounds, before packing.
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