Shawnee Pottery_ Corn King and Beyond

Shawnee Pottery_ Corn King and Beyond

��Shawnee Pottery_ Corn King and Beyond Shawnee Pottery began creating fanciful wares in 1937 with A.E. Hull Jr., son of The Hull Pottery Company's�owner, managing the business�in�Zanesville, Ohio.�Most Shawnee Pottery products left the factory with only paper labels to denote their origin. Nevertheless, several Shawnee pieces do have "USA" marks�incised in the bottoms�even if the paper labels have been removed. Shawnee's cookie jars are some of the company's most high-priced and desirable pieces amongst kitschy pottery�collectors. A uncommon cottage residence cookie jar can sell for $1,000 in the appropriate marketplace, while a far more frequent Puss 'n Boots or Smiley Pig typically sell in the $100 to $150 range unle