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I am writing up a document for an art exhibit and have found myself a bit confused.
The piece in question is a lidded jar with a stand and handle. The sentence in question is as follows:
Worthy of particular attention are the lidded jars with stand and handle pictured here.
Each jar has one stand and one handle. Is it proper to say "lidded jars with stand and handle," or does this seem to imply an amorphous collection of jars that share a stand and handle? I hesitate to say "lidded jars with stands and handles," as this would imply that multiple stands and handles are attached to each jar.