Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas Tree Mugs Mixed Set of 4 Vintage

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Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas Tree Mugs Mixed Set of 4 Vintage

$40.00

Vintage mixed set of 4 Mount Clemens Pottery Christmas Tree mugs. 3 of the mugs have one decal the 4th is a bit different.These holiday mugs feature a festive Christmas tree with ornaments, candles, presents, a train, and angel on top.

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Vintage mixed set of 4 Mount Clemens Pottery Christmas Tree mugs. 3 of the mugs have one decal the 4th is a bit different.These holiday mugs feature a festive Christmas tree with ornaments, candles, presents, a train, and angel on top. Manufactured approximately in 1965. Each mug measures 3 3/4 inches tall x 3 1/4 inches in diameter x 4 5/8 across the handle.Comfortable 10 ounce capacity is perfect for cocoa, coffee or tea on a chilly day. Good condition with no cracks or chips. Crazing is noted on all 4 mugs as expected with vintage age. Bottom is embossed MT CLEMENS USA.

For those that enjoy historical information: When a business depression hit Mount Clemens, Michigan in 1907 to 1908, the Mount Clemens Business Men's Association began an active campaign to attract new industry to the city. By 1913, a committee had travelled to Ohio and Pennsylvania to learn more about pottery production, and had recommended that the association pursue the establishment of such an enterprise in Mount Clemens. A farm on Cass Avenue, just west of the railroad track, was selected as the site for the plant and ground-breaking ceremonies took place on May 19, 1914. Production began in January, 1915, and reached the level of 3,000 dozen dishes per week by the end of the first year. The success was shortlived, however, because the onset of World War I choked off the pottery's supply of English clay and threatened to shut down production. When the war ended, the market rebounded and the pottery was busy again. The S.S. Kresge Company, a good customer of the pottery, bought the company in 1920.

Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas
Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas

Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas
Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas

Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas
Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas

Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas
Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas

Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas
Mt. Clemens Pottery Christmas