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Ceramic, earthenware with decal decoration
Overall: 2 x 13.8 cm (13/16 x 5 7/16 in.)
Weight: 116.37 g (4.1 oz.)
Gift of Charles L. Venable and Martin K. Webb 2010.467.b
Green Wheat, created by Paris-trained American industrial designer Gale Turnbull, became one of the most popular patterns produced by Leigh Potters.
Leigh Potters produced sophisticated yet inexpensive tableware for the American consumer from the mid-1920s until 1931.
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