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|Category:||Tools & Equipment for Science & Technology|
|Absolute Date:||1855 C|
|Description:||Brown glazed stoneware merchants jar, with impressed script, Gooderham & Worts, Streetsville, C.W. Finger prints at bottom edge are evidence of potter holding jar as it was dipped into the glaze or slip. Small, collared mouth without cover. Slightly tapered at bottom. Rounded shoulder.|
|History of Use:||Manufactured when Gooderham and Worts were merchants in Streetsville, prior to their setting up a distillery in Toronto.|
|Institution:||Peel Heritage Complex|
|Institution Website:||http://www.pama.peelregion.ca/ Facebook-Peel Heritage Complex Twitter-Peel Heritage Complex YouTube-Peel Heritage Complex|
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