Jeff and Holly Noordsy

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ITEM 3881. UTILITY JAR, soupy olive amber, three-piece mold cylinder with expanded mouth, early smooth base, 8 3/8"H x 3 9/16"D, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C. 1860, scarce.

Although it is not pontiled, this early jar quite likely dates to the 1850s and as documented by Lane and Pappas, it is the product of a Stoddard Glass Works. This superior example has not been offered since the 1970s, having been a prized possession of an early collector of Stoddard Glass. Attic mint and beautifully crude, it is the jar's syrupy color and preponderance of tiny bubbles that make it a singular example of its type.


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