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Winart Pottery, Miami Oklahoma, Drip Glaze Coffee Set with Wood Carousel Vintage American Art Pottery!


Modernair 8 oz mugs a sugar a creamer and the carousel tray in the rich forest green with green frost. There are six mugs in Modernair, and a creamer and sugar. The tray is wood, and made to accommodate all the pieces, since it has eight slots. The handle appears to be of one wood, and the tray of another--nevertheless, it looks original like the photos in the Bess Frankoma book.

There are some minor damage areas to the wooden rack--chips in the wood on the sharp corners, and I recall there was a spot that looked like it had been glued. This rack is a little more than 12" in diameter. 5 of the mugs seem to have no damage, and one has a glaze flake on the lip near the handle. The sugar is made like a tumbler, and did not come with a lid. The creamer has a chip on the underside of the spout that I think has been glued back into place. I have looked at it with a magnifying glass, but am still not sure. I believe this green is one of the more difficult colors to find in Winart.

They call it avocado in the book, but it is a forest green, I believe--no yellow like avocado. You will notice that there are no individual pieces in this color in the Bess book. This tray still has part of the Winart Pottery sticker on the top of the handle, and most of the pottery pieces have a partially visible name on the bottom. This set is shown under the Wagon Wheel Lazy-Susan on p. 104, and this was apparently the largest set like this available. This set will be heavy to ship, but well worth it to a collector, as it is not common to find these completely intact and original.

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