Hull / Regal China: THE Little Red Riding Hood CJ. This is one with the closed basket. I’m sure if you’re familiar with this jar, you know that it was designed by Louise Bauer for Hull Pottery. When production of this jar got so far out for Hull to keep up with the orders, Hull brothers contracted the subsequent jars out to Regal China for manufacturing. This jar has a wonderful condition and color. I don’t think this jar has ever been used, no signs of cookie grease inside. There’s an extremely minimal crazing. There is one teeeeeeenie paint flake missing on the side of her hood. Please look at the photo where I’m pointing to the spot with my pen. The flake is literally the size of the pen tip. It appears that someone scratched the jar in this spot leading to this missing paint flake. Other than this & a couple of lighter paint spots on the head of the hood, she’s about as nice a jar of this style that you’ll ever find. See the photo for signature authentication of the jar. Shiny finish, very clean, great “ring” of fine china. …… Please click on the thumbnails or use the photo slide show to enjoy a better view of jar, then, click the “add to cart” button! ON SALE NOW!!
This jar comes with a handmade cleaning cloth, too, to help protect the finish on your fine, aging collectables like this fine jar. We make them ourselves with very soft hand woven materials and these will last and last for you not just for this jar but any fine item like this, china, porcelain silverware, almost anything! Nice thing right now in addition to a free cleaning cloth is … he’s on SALE! Holidays are coming and these jars make great gifts. We can ship them to the anticipated recipient for you & send the tracking information to you so you can follow its journey!
Please use the photo enlarger so that you can view each photo so they show better detail. Just click on the photo image itself to enlarge it. I know you’re looking forward to owning this little guy and the best part is that he doesn’t require anything but a little dusting once in a while … that’s what the soft cloth is for!