Antique jar with hole in bottom
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See more of Lamplight Antiques & Vintage on Facebook. Log In There's a hole in the bottom so you can push the can out when you're done. Of course, you.
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Description:Please click here which will take you to the first page with more introductory information and explanatory comments: These are also recently-made imports from Asia. This leaves us with the question of the day — why is there a big hole in the bottom of this two-handled vessel? If anyone has further info on this type of jar, or knows of other mold numbers that ID fakes, please contact me! On others, no letters are visible. At first, the company exported traditional Japanese products such as paper lanterns, curios and porcelain. Although mainly listing U.