Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful and uncommon Stoneware Haberle's Lager Glass made by the Whites of Utica Pottery.
The Haberle Congress Brewing Company operated in Syracuse, N.Y. from 1857 to 1962.
Dating between 1890 and 1907, this piece is a wonderful example of the skill that the Whites Pottery had gained in molded stoneware during those years. It is featured in Christopher Bensch, The Blue and the Gray: Oneida County Stoneware, p, 54.
This beauty features a tall, tapered form with four-tiered rolled base. "Haberle's Lager" is incised around the middle. Fancy top and bottom borders complete the decoration. Stands 6 3/4" tall.
As you know, this is no an easy piece of White's Utica Pottery to find! Excellent Condition.
Exceptional Condition. As made. No damage of any kind. Surface drying lines on the footer, base in the making as shown.
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