ASSORTED COUNTRY POTTERY ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a ribbed pitcher having relief maple leaf mark with "M" on base, a footed 10 3/8" D mixing bowl having white and brown bands below rim, a 10 1/4" D Mason Cash-style mixing bowl having diamond and window pattern with impressed "18" on base, and a stoneware foot warmer having molded leaf decoration encircling stopper, impressed "BOURNE / DENBY / ENGLAND" and "3Pt" on end. Monmouth Pottery Company, Monmouth, Illinois; Mason Cash & Co., Church Gresley; Bourne's Pottery, Denby, Derbyshire, England. Late 19th/first half 20th century. Pitcher 5 5/8" HOA.
Pitcher having flake to edge of foot ring with minor wear to tip of spout; banded bowl having wear to rim with minor to moderate flakes to interior and rim; Mason Cash bowl with three moderate rim hairlines; foot warmer with moderate chip to one bottom corner.
Provenance: The Jack and Tommie Marsh collection, Columbia, SC.