Lot 577    

Akron, Ohio Harvest Jug,
2005, Furniture & Decorative Arts / Feb 3-4
marked on bottom, MFG'D BY F.H. WEEKS STYLE XXX PAT. PENDING AKRON, O. With a tooled spout and a bail handle; 5.5" high x 4.25" diameter.

Frederick Weeks operated a pottery after he and his brother Arthur split in 1891. He operated until the company became Maruice A. Knight Company in 1910. A great small size; 5.5" high x 4" diameter. See Lenher, Ohio Pottery and Glass Marks and Manufacturers.

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A few minor chips; VG-.
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