American Modern, manufactured by the Steubenville Pottery of Ohio and introduced in 1938 was Russel Wright's first triumph in remaking American dinnerware for the way people actually lived and ate. It was a landmark in modern design, and all the dinnerware lines which followed it owe something to it.
This is the water pitcher in Chartreuse yellow/green. It's 10.75" tall, 7" from handle to spout and 5.5" in diameter at the base.
Condition: Glaze is crazed, which is common on Chartreuse pieces, otherwise fine.
Mark: impressed "Russel Wright by Steubenville" mark.
Item ID: 4319
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