This listing is for one James Keiller & Son Marmalade Pot c. 1889 Rare 2# Rolled Top, Gray Patina. One wonderfully charming pot with amazing patina. Displays well.
Each of these pots were handmade between 1860 and 1920 to store prize winning Marmalade. This particular size is an extremely rare variety not usually found in the United States. This pot was curated during my travels to English Antique Markets while visiting my daughter and her family in London.
The images attached are for the pot you will receive. I have other pots listed if you prefer less aged patina.
Most pots have some level of crazing , may have spots of discoloration, light hairline cracks and minor chips and fleabites that only add to its character and do not detract from its display value. These are expected due to age, use and let’s not forget they were often buried for decades before being dug up and rescued.
Perfect to store pens, flatware, paintbrushes, candles, cotton balls, plants or anything you can imagine.
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