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  • Item 1186


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this magnificant Lidded Stein by Whites Pottery of Utica, New York.


    This stein dates to 1890 to 1907 when Whites made its excellent molded stoneware and is a testiment to the quality of the stoneware they made.  You will find similar steins in Christopher Bensch, The Blue and the Gray: Oneida County Stoneware, pp. 73-75.


    This beauty features Leafy Top and Bottom Fancy Borders that Frame Two Scenes.  One is in a stone wine cellar with one man seated on a barrel listening to another man play an instrument while a third man serves as a bartender.  The other scene is an elaborate floral.  A serpent forms the handle and holds the metal lid.  Cobalt accent everywhere.   Stands 13 1/4" tall.  


    Excellent Condition.  An 1/8" nibble on the base.  That's it!  No rim chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. The lid has some wear is slightly indented in one spot on the overhanging portion. 


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Magnificent Whites of Utica, New York Stoneware Lidded Stein #1186

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