Help ID Pottery Mark - USA w/ Leaf

by sue
(Kirkland, WA)



I have a what I think is a water pitcher and the only mark I can find is on the bottom. It says USA and then it has a leaf, kind of like a Canadian leaf. They are both engraved on the bottom, not a stamp. Any help on who the maker is would be great!

Thanks!
Sue

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Dec 06, 2015
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Mammoth NEW
by: Anonymous

I also have this pitcher without the lid was wondering who made it and now I guess it is Mammoth thanks for sharing

Dec 06, 2015
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Mammoth NEW
by: Anonymous

I also have this pitcher without the lid was wondering who made it and now I guess it is Mammoth thanks for sharing

Dec 06, 2015
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Mammoth NEW
by: Anonymous

I also have this pitcher without the lid was wondering who made it and now I guess it is Mammoth thanks for sharing

Feb 17, 2013
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monmouth mark NEW
by: Anonymous

I have a small tan and larger willow green pitcher with rings from rim to bottom. Mark appears to be Monmouth with an M in center. Could this be some other company?

Nov 15, 2012
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water jug NEW
by: Carol

I too have this jug with the lid. I have wondered who made it. Thank you for the info. I live in OHIO.

Apr 01, 2012
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Thanks
by: Anonymous

Thanks for your responses. It is Monmouth. And not worth much at all.

Apr 01, 2012
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guess
by: Anonymous

My guess would be monmouth

Mar 31, 2012
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I have the same pitcher.
by: Anonymous

I have the same pitcher that I found in my Fathers barn along with a bunch of other items. Mine does not have the cap on top (I need to keep looking) but it does have matching salt and pepper shakers. This leads me to believe there must have been a whole set at some time. Did you ever get a response to your original post? I would be interested in knowing more about it too.

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