My mother worked for Brush Pottery in the early 1950s in Roseville, Ohio. These 2 pieces of black cobweb were present during all of my childhood. My uncles smoked cigars and were given this hefty ashtray for their use when visiting. The oblong planter was always in the eastern windowsill with snake plants in it. I am sure my mother brought these pieces home from the pottery. I continue to live in pottery territory and never see these pieces. This is why i call them "hard to find." The planter is 12 x 55 x 3 inches. Some lime residue from use remains. There are no other flaws. The ashtray is 9.5 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches. Mo flaws. The cobweb design is documented on page 92 of Sanford's Guide to Brush-McCoy Pottery. These specific items are not shown.
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