We have a " Plain Flour" jar, with a wooden lid (and rubber seal) for auction. It was, most likely, made at the "Fosters pottery" at Kernewek in the 1980's or early 90's
The jar is about 6 inches in diameter at its widest point and is just over 7 inches high including the lid
It weighs just over one kilo
It is speckle glaze ironstone, there is age related wear to the lids top, you could easily sand this and revarnish it but I think it looks great as it is,
I have taken one photo of me holding the jar by the lid to show just how good and airtight the lid still is which is important if you are storing flour
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LOVELY LIDDED CASSEROLE BY KERNEWEK, CORNWALL, ENGLAND. RICH CREAM BASE COLOUR WITH PRETTY FLORAL DECORATION. KERNEWEK STAMP WITH IMPRESSED INITIALS OF KP ON BASE. THIS WOULD LOOK LOVELY IN A COUNTRY STYLED KITCHEN.