This is a really nice #16 Watt Pottery Pitcher in the Tulip pattern. The pitcher is a buff color and is hand decorated with one blue and one red tulip and green leaves. It has U S A and the number 16 on the bottom. It is a little difficult to make it out. Watt Pottery started producing the tulip pattern during the 1950’s.
It has crazing which is expected due to age. It has a chip on the outside of the pouring spout. Overall the pitcher is really quite nice and would make a nice addition to a collection or a great decorative item for the kitchen.
The pitcher measures approximately 7” in height and 6 3/4” from spout to handle.
Watt Pottery started business during 1922 when family member purchased the Globe pottery in Crooksville, Ohio. They initially produced stoneware jars, jugs, milk pans, mixing bowls, churns, preserve jars and chicken waterers, Their early pieces were marked with their Trademark Acorn. During 1935 the company discontinued making these items and began focusing on hand decorated kitchen and ovenware items such as banded and decorated mixing bowls, spaghetti bowls, canisters,covered casseroles, nappies, cookie jars, ice buckets, pitchers, handled French casseroles, bean pots, salad sets and dog dishes. Buff colored pieces were hand decorated with bold brush strokes of red and green. Sadly, the Watt Pottery was destroyed by fire October 4, 1965.
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Watt Pottery Tulip Pattern Pitcher #16