Blue Biscuit Jar New Hall London Tower Barrel England 1910s Kitsch
This is a wonderful biscuit jar, biscuit barrel, cookie jar or cracker jar made by the New Hall Pottery, England in the 1910s.
The cookie jar biscuit barrel has a great a scene of the Tower of London and Beefeaters or Yeoman Warders all around the middle of the jar surrounded by a gorgeous blue glaze.
The biscuit barrel measures 7.25 inches high and is in very good +++ used vintage condition with the only flaw a couple of teensy chips on the base of the lid as shown.
What a great souvenir of London and England as well as a wonderful accent for tea table or kitchen counter.
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