STANFORD POTTERY CORN LINE Individual Corn Shaped Covered Casserole Circa 1940s
Featuring a vintage INDIVIDUAL COVERED CASSEROLE DISH produced by STANFORD POTTERY in the 1940s. Stanford Pottery of Sebring, Ohio created some of the most beautiful corn pottery ever made with its "Corn Line".
The molds were more detailed than similar corn pottery produced during the same time period and the pieces were glazed with gorgeous yellow and green glazes, reminiscent of a majolica finish. The line of pottery is absolutely stunning!
Adding to the whimsy of corn pottery, Stanford uniquely designed its pieces so the husks formed the first letter of the item's use. For example, an "S" shaped husk can be found on the salt shaker, a "P" on the pepper shaker, a "G" on the grease pot, and so on.
The COVERED CASSEROLE stands about 8 ¾” long and is in excellent vintage condition. Please look at the photos carefully.
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