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     I'll refrain from calling this a "cookie jar" . It's seems too refined in shape and design. No clue as to the maker. Not a mark anywhere. Beautiful raised pine cones and boughs on both sides with a pine cone top finial. The shading on the cones looks like glaze misses on one side and there is a small chip in one of the raised needles. Other than that I think it's an incredible piece ! Need some help with this one. It's 10 1/2" tall and 7 1/2 " at it's widest. It's a bit heavy (maybe 2 lbs.) the lid is heavy for it's size too hollow with a thick edge. I haven't seen anything  like it online so far .        -Mike-

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