• Item 4944


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this very historical Stoneware Flower Pot that reads, "Bennington Centennial, Aug. 16, 1877."


    This pot was made to celebrate the Battle of Bennington that occurred on this date in 1777 during the Revolutionary War. The date of manufacture indicates that this pot was made by E. & L. P. Norton, Bennington, VT.  Edward Norton and Julius Norton's son, Luman Preston , worked together in the family pottery from 1861-1881.


    This beauty sports a Small Size, the Historical Data, and Shells Embossed Under the Rim of the Pot and Saucer.  Measures 3" tall and 4" wide across the top.


    Excellent Condition.  Some mineral staining inside the saucer from use.  That's it!  No chips, hairlines, cracks, or restoration.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Battle of Bennington, Vermont 1877 Stoneware Flower Pot by Norton, #4944

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