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For more than a hundred years, beginning in the late eighteenth century, the potteries of Bennington, Vermont, produced substantial quantities of utilitarian ceramics in various forms. The Norton Pottery, founded by cousins Julius and Edward Norton, made this stoneware pot for the storage of...

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Provenance

In the collection of the donor; given to the Museum in 1993.

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Lloyd E. Hawes in memory of Nina Fletcher Little

about 1855–59

Object Place

Bennington, Vermont, United States

Dimensions

30.48 x 33.02 x 33.02 cm (12 x 13 x 13 in.)

Accession Number

1993.546

Medium or Technique

Stoneware with cobalt-blue decoration

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Ceramics, Pottery, Stoneware