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Ungemach "Striped" Cuspidor / Planter / Marked UNGEMACH USA UPCO

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Tchotchkes25 of 28Bavarian Style Porcelain / Victorian Girl Figurine / Circa 1950's 60'sBeautiful Single Porcelain Rose Mounted on a Base / Marked  Germany
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Posted 11 months ago

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mikelv85
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This sure looks like a "spittoon" or "cuspidor" to me, but it's probably just a planter. It's 8" in dia. and 6" tall. A little something I found late in the day. My first piece of Ungemach pottery.
- Mike -

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  1. nldionne nldionne, 11 months ago
    Never heard of them, any idea where they are out of?
  2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 11 months ago
    This is from a site called " More than McCoy"

    Ungemach Pottery Co., Roseville, Ohio. Founder: Fred Ungemach, formerly of Robinson Ransbottom Pottery Co. and McCoy Pottery Co., started UPCO in 1937-1984. Fortunately, most UPCO pots and vases are marked and numbered very clearly. UPCO pottery is usually very solid, well-made practical pottery, and resembles McCoy pottery.

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