Slop Pail

Collection Type

  • Household accessories

Date

1890-1910

GUSN

GUSN-4498

Description

A) Molded circular domed lid with finial; B) set in bowl-shaped liner with inverted lip; hole in bottom; c) cylindrical slightly bulbous molded form with slightly flared lip; flange; knob-like handles at side; foot ring; white clay body with underglaze green transfer print; "Utica" pattern; alternating stripes of carnations and stylized leaves with geometric and floral border; cartouche border at lip.

Details

Descriptive Terms

slop jars
earthenware
ironstone (pottery)
leaf (plant material)
foliation (pattern)
leaf (metal)
vitrification
transfer printing
underglazing
floral patterns
flowers (plants)
leaf (plant material)
foliation (pattern)
leaf (metal)
Ironstone
Earthenware
Semi-Vitrified
Utica
Transfer Printed
Underglazed
Carnation
Leaf
PAIL

Inscription

Printed mark: ""Minton""

Pattern

Utica

Associated Building

Original to Sayward-Wheeler House (York Harbor, Me.),

Additional Identification Number

1977.723.3ABC

Maker

Minton (Maker)

Location of Origin

Stoke-on-Trent, England, Staffordshire; England

Credit Line

Gift of the heirs of Elizabeth Cheever Wheeler

Accession Number

1977.723.3A-C