SHAWNEE POTTERY CORN KING Milk Pitcher Circa 1946 - 1954

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Featuring a very nice 40-ounce PITCHER made by SHAWNEE POTTERY. The coloring of the husks are lighter than other KING CORN.

The mark on the bottom is light but the Shawnee mark with the word Shawnee, the letters USA and the number 71 can be seen if the pitcher is held just right in the light.

The pitcher is in great used condition, with no cracks or crazing. The is some light staining inside the pitcher on a side near the bottom.

The pitcher measures 8 ⅛ tall and was made to hold 40-ounces of liquid.

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Shawnee Corn King

Shawnee Pottery of Zanesville, Ohio produced three lines of corn ware from 1941 until the company closed in 1961. The company's corn ware was its most well-known pottery and considered to be highly collectible still today.

The first line, WHITE CORN KING was designed with white kernels and dark green husks and produced from 1941 - 1946. The line consisted of seven pieces. More pieces were added in 1946 and the colors were changed to yellow and a lighter green husks. This new line was named, CORN KING. When sales dipped, Shawnee replaced the line in 1954 with QUEEN CORN, with lighter yellow kernels and darker green shuck.


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