Mudlen End Studios produced a number of unglazed perfume jars shaped in the form of cottages. It is not clear how many variants were produced. Aside of the two models featured on this page, the excellent reference guide produced by S. B. Carphlaughey identifies a third, but there may be more.
This first example is finished in a natural terracotta colour with a pale roof; the chimney forms the opening, which is corked.
The group of 4 smaller pictures in the grid below show other shots of this example.
The second example is finished in a pale blue colour.
The group of 4 smaller pictures in the grid below show other shots of this example. Again, the chimney forms the opening, which is corked.
These perfume jars are difficult to find [Scarce], and the number of variations is not known. If you have any further information, please let me know.
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