Vintage 1940s Cash Family Pottery Hand Painted Small Green Creamer Pitcher Erwin Tennessee
Cash Family Pottery Small Blue Hand Painted Creamer from the 1940s.
Here is a brief blur about Cash Pottery:
"Ray and Pauline Cash opened the Clinchfield Artware Pottery in 1945 in Erwin, Tennessee. Ray had worked for the Blue Ridge Southern Potteries Inc. in Erwin in the packing shed. He learned much about the operations of the pottery while there. He later purchased pottery from the Southern Potteries and delivered it by the truck load to large stores like Park-Belk and others in the southeast United States. Ray was drafted and served during World War II. Pauline worked at the nuclear facility in Oak Ridge, TN during the war."
For the whole story https://sites.google.com/site/erwintnareapotteries/history
This pitcher is in really good condition for it's age. I don't see any cracks or breaks. There is a small chip at the top of the pitcher next to the handle.
- The pitcher measures approximately 4" tall and 4" in diameter
- Please see the photographs for additional condition information
- If you would like additional photographs, or have any questions, please ask before purchasing
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