Shawnee Pottery made the popular Corn King Pattern from 1946 to 1954 and it remains a favorite with collectors.
This is the large sugar bowl or drip jar and measures 5 1/4" tall to the top of the lid finial and the vessel is 3 1/2" tall with the largest diameter being about 4". Glazed in mellow yellow and green with a shiny over-glaze.
This piece is a nice example and shows few of the manufacturing flaws that are commonly found on this mass-produced pottery. One small black dot on the inner rim of the bowl caused by a bit of dust present in the clay at time of firing. No chips, crazing or glaze misses.
Marked; "USA" on bottom.
We currently have a nice selection of Corn King shown in the last photo. Inquire for pricing and availability.