'30s Rumrill Water Pitcher II
With a knack for bringing out the beauty in the bizarre and the allure in the in the traditional, Relique owners Rick Brandt and Mary Beth Voss scour the globe to find noteworthy cast-offs from the Industrial age and retro relics that warm the home with storied charm. From mod ceramics and hatboxes to tobacco tins and apothecary vials this marvelously motley collection has an endearing accent for every room in the house."
Blue ball pitcher by Rumrill Pottery, designed by George Rumrill of Little Rock, Arkansas in the 1930s. Pitcher features an ice lip, curved handle, and an interior with a cream-colored finish. The base is incised Rumrill #50. Between 1933 and 1943, Rumrill's production changed hands from Red Wing Pottery of Red Wing, Minnesota, to Shawnee Pottery in Zanesville, Ohio, Florence Pottery Company in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, and finally Gonder Ceramic Arts in South Zanesville, Ohio. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age.Country of Origin: US
Care: Clean with warm water and mild detergent.