Frank Ransbottom, a successful jobber of stoneware and pottery, decided to started his own company (with his brother) in 1900 to distribute pottery products made locally Ohio. The brothers had been exposed to making pottery by their father, Alfred, who operated the Bluebird Potteries in Ohio. By 1916 the Ransbottom Pottery Company was the largest producer of stoneware jars. Wanting to diversify, Ransbottom merged with Robinson Clay Products Co, a producer of tile and bricks.
Both pieces are in very good vintage condition and free of chips and cracks. The backstamp has worn away some but is still clearly seen on the bottom of both pieces. The pitcher stands 5 3/4" high and the crock is 3".
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