Cookie jars with brightly painted designs or amusing figural shapes became popular in the mid-1930s. They became very popular again when Andy Warhol’s collection was auctioned after his death in 1987. Prices have gone down since then and are very low. Many companies made them and collectors search for cookie jars either by design or by maker's name. Brush Pottery Company made the first ceramic cookie jar and Nelson McCoy made the best-known cookie jars in the 1930s. Listed here are examples by the less common makers. Major factories are listed under their own names in other categories of the book, such as Abingdon, Brush, Hull, McCoy, Metlox, Red Wing, and Shawnee. See also the Disneyana category.
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|Cookie Jars||Coachman||Brayton Laguna, c.1939, 6 x 8 x 8 1/2 In.||2012||Login / Create Account for Price||Cookie Jars||Coachman||Brayton Laguna, c.1939, 6 x 8 x 8 1/2 In.||2012||Login / Create Account for Price||Cookie Jars||Mohawk Indian||American Bisque||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Cookie Jars||Swee Pea||American Bisque||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Cookie Jars||Swee' Pea||American Bisque||1996||Login / Create Account for Price||Cookie Jars||Maid||Black, Brayton Laguna||1999||Login / Create Account for Price|