This great old cookie jar in in perfect condition. Made of heavy glazed china and and in the shape of a honey bee hive with honeycomb reliefs and hand painted bees and a bee for the finial. Small for a cookie jar, so maybe considered a treat jar or candy jar. Perfect condition with no damages. Marked on the bottom.The House Of Webster was established back in 1934 in the Great White River Country. Many of their products were then, and are still now packed in old Mason fruit jars.It was at the same time in 1934 that The House Of Webster began to design replica containers for some of their food gifts. They made replicas of things that symbolized the American way of life like " The Liberty Bell". "The Old Butter Churn", "The Cast Iron Kettle", and "The Cream Can" and this "Bee Hive".This measures 6 1/4" tall. All of their gifts were designed to kindle the image of a big, warm, friendly kitchen... back when everything good was fixed at home.
In 1957, they began developing the "Country Charm" Early American Electric Appliances.