Original vintage magazine article titled, MUGS AND JUGS by Alice Van Leer Carrick. Pictured are a rare East Bennington jar, brown beard pot, covered jug and flower pot of black splash Danvers ware, vase shaped Bennington jug made by Julius Norton, Bennington, VT, Decorated jug made by E.A. White & Cons, Utica, NY. A bluebird churn, another Bennington, VT jug make by J. & E. Norton, a jar with unusual decoration, the work of J. and E. Norton, banded pitcher for cider with eight mugs of diverse shapes and sizes, stoneware Bellarmine jug from Essex Institute, Faience bean pot from Scotland, Rickhim yellow and Danvers, North Carolina brown glaze pitcher, New Jersey hound handled pitcher, and striped ware pitcher from New York, banded pitcher, Bennington jugs and brown blaze jugs, and a Chinese brown earthenware soy jar. Old 1922 earthenware pottery article. The left margin is short. 3 pages.
Approximate size 9 x 14 inches.