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If there could only be two colors in "The Land Of Vintage" one would be that green, you know it, and the other...well this pink of course! This unmistakeable Salmony Flamingo pink!

What a design on this gracefully proportioned planter. Great vintage condition, just the usual couple of miniscule blips in the glazing process.

Abingdon Pottery as artware was produced for only 17 years from 1934 through 1950. Art pottery was produced by The Abingdon Sanitary Manufacturing Company of Abingdon, Illinois, as a way of supplementing lagging production of its main line of products - plumbing fixtures - during The Great Depression.

In all, over 6 million art pottery pieces were created. First sold in gift shops, Abingdon pottery was eventually marketed in fine department stores of the era, such as Gimbals, Marshall Field, and Wanamaker's. Today, Abingdon pottery is highly collectible and also found in a number of museums in the Midwest.

10 3/4" wide by 5" tall and 3 3/4' deep.

Please Note: Listing is for planter only, all other items are props. The bird necklace is available for sale in my other etsy shop named sweetruin~thank you!

Circa 1940s Abingdon Pottery Double Cornucopia FlutedVase Planter Pottery

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