Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this monumental 6 Gallon Stoneware Churn made and stamped by "P. H. Smith."
This is the mark of Phillip Smith who made pottery in Ohio in the 1840's and 1850's under this stamp (See F. Robert Treichler, A History of Northeast Ohio Stoneware , pp. 79-80).
Made around the 1850's, this churn has the Pottery Stamp with a Broad Cobalt Swipe and a Large Tulip Encaded in a Circle with Two Underscores. Attractive cinnamim coloration. Stands 19" tall.
Excellent Condition. As made. No damage of any kind! A surface firing line inside from the slight kiln push on the back in the making.
An early Ohio churn with a great primitive look!
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