During the mid-century era, a lot of interesting, colorful pottery was made, and this Camark tulip pitcher is one of them. With the bright colors of Fiesta, Luray, etc., all the pieces really make a nice collection. This green, tulip pitcher stand 5 ¼” tall, is 6” from handle to spout, and is 2 ¼” deep. Established in 1924, Camark Pottery was made in Camden, Arkansas; this particular piece was made in the 1950s. It is in excellent condition with a shiny glaze; there are a few manufacturing blips, as in all pottery, but nothing distracting. It is marked on the bottom USA 829.
This would be a wonderful addition to your mid-century or pottery collection or to use everyday. Please contact us if you have any questions. Please look at the photos closely, they are part of the description of the item. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
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1950s Camark Pottery Tulip Pitcher