REDWARE POT, MARKED H. UTZ & SON OF YORK COUNTY, PA

$95.00
Originally $175.00

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Item Code: M22833

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Handcrafted pot measures 5 ¾” high x 5 ½” across the top. Features rolled rim. Underside is maker stamped, “H. UTZ & SON”. Pot has beautiful variations in color. Light surface cracks are present.

Redware pottery is a hard, red stoneware that originated in the late 1600s and continues to be made. The term is also used to describe any common clay pottery that is reddish in color. Redware is also known as terra-cotta and was first produced in the United States in 1625.  [sl]

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