Nice sized vintage pottery in the shape of a small bread basket or to use as a planter.
Was produced by: UNGEMACH POTTERY COMPANY, UPCO. History: Fred Ungemach started work for the Nelson McCoy Pottery of Roseville, Ohio. He later worked for Thomas Watt in Hawthorne, Pennsylvanis, then went backto Roseville to work for the Ransbottom Pottery. Finally in 1938 with the help of his daughter Mary who was an employee of the Brush Pottery, he opened his own company in Roseville. Business was first known as South Fork Pottery, but after several years the name was changed to the Ungemach Pottery Company.
This nice sunny yellow basket has a dimensional weave-pattern basket look to it. At the top is a white dipping type painted edging.
Marked on the bottom: UPCO USA Believe the number is: 102B or 1028.
In EXCELLENT VINTAGE CONDITION. Just has started in some areas of crazing in the paint. The bottom padded feet area shows some wear and soiling.
Measures along the top: 8-1/4 inches wide by 5-1/4 inches deep by 3-1/4 inches high. The bottom base measures 6-1/2 inches wide by3-1/2 inches deep.
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