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This is a great piece of American Pottery from the 1940s. Made in Tennessee by Clinchfield Artware Pottery - it was hand painted by the Cash Family. The pitcher features a blue iris with blue detailing around the edge and handle.

This pottery has a great American story - Ray and Pauline Cash opened the Clinchfield Artware Pottery in 1945 in Erwin, Tennessee. Ray had worked for the Blue Ridge Southern Potteries Inc. in Erwin in the packing shed. He learned much about the operations of the pottery while there. He later purchased pottery from the Southern Potteries and delivered it by the truck load to large stores like Park-Belk and others in the southeast United States. You can do a simple internet search to learn more.

This piece is marked Clinchfield Artware Pottery 1495 Erwin, Tenn. Hand Painted by the Cash Family. It is in excellent condition - no chip, cracks or repairs.

The pitcher stand approx 5 inches tall and the base of the pitcher is approx 4.75 inches in diameter.

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Vintage Clinchfield Artware Pottery Buttermilk Pitcher - Hand Painted by the Cash Family

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: american pottery
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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