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    Posted 11 years ago

    carolinesh…
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    This cookie jar has been in my family since I was born or near there. I was born in 1946. It has Absolutely NO cracks, chips or any marring at all.

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    Comments

    1. Debbie, 11 years ago
      This is beautiful....my guess is Shawnee Pottery.........
    2. Debbie, 11 years ago
      This cookie jar is beautiful!!!! I would say it's Shawnee Pottery!!!!!
    3. carolineshank46, 11 years ago
      Thanks Debbie
    4. Rosemarie Morales, 10 years ago
      Its amazing how some people share the same memories. I also grew up with one of those cute piggy cookie jar, which was always full of cookies. The cookie jar has been in my family, I say probably more then 50 years. About ten years or maybe more my mother said to my sister, why don't you take the cookie jar to your house. I guess she knew she wasn't going to be around much longer.

      Anyway until today the cookie jar is in my sister house on a shelf along with other cookie jars she has purchased. I always enjoyed looking at it when I go to her house, it brings back lots of memories.

      Its also a unique piece, not to many around.

      So enjoy your cookie jar.

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