This is a pitcher in the Sleepy Eye pattern by Monmouth Pottery of Illinois. It was made in the early 1900s, production of Sleepy Eye ended in 1937. The Indian Chief is a real person, Chief Ishtahumba, who led the Lower Sisseton Sioux tribe in the mid 1800s. The pitcher is 6 1/4" tall and 6 1/2" tip to handle. It is damaged, there is a large chip missing from the rim. There is also a crack extending down from the chip . The pattern has embossed relief images of Chief Sleepy Eye, teepees, and trees. The pitcher is not marked. MBR.
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