Shawnee's popular Corn King pottery was made from 1946 to 1954. This tall pitcher is a nice example of the pattern and measures 8" tall and 4 1/2" diameter at the largest part of the vessel. Overall, from handle edge to spout tip is about 7".
Nice yellow corn with the lighter colored husks. The "Corn Queen" pattern which was made after this till the early 60's has lighter yellow corn and darker green husks.
In nice condition with very few of the manufacturing glitches that are commonly found on this mass-produced ware. An extra bit of clay on the interior bottom and minor interior crazing that has darkened over time and use. A small light scratch on one side and a small flea bite on the spout rim. Price has been adjusted for these.