This lovely lidded jar showcases interesting white cameo reliefs that were created in moulds and applied as sprigs to the earthen glazed stoneware between 1910 and 1922. Images include a mounted field hunter and his hounds traveling the circumference of the jar, and local villagers at leisure with pints of beer and smoking pipes. Nutmeg brown with darker brown trim at top, removable lid with white floral sprig detail. This jar is in beautiful antique condition with one note: there is a small chip along the top band. Royal Doulton stamp on bottom was used from 1902-1922, also stamped 6537 which may date to 1903-1905 OR 1911 but the letter stamp is unreadable so I cannot be absolutely positive. C1905-1911, made in England, measures 4 ½ inches wide x 5 ¾ inches tall with 15 inch circumference.