Vintage. 6 3/4 inches tall, 3 1/2 inches across handles.
Made in USA.
From the website of Hunterston Cottage which has the largest collection in the world:
"According to Lehner’s Encyclopedia of U.S. Marks on Pottery, Porcelain & Clay, the first company to produce the Weeping Gold style was Kingwood Ceramics of East Palestine, Ohio. Other companies followed such as McCoy, Savoy (Deena Products), Cameron Clay Products, and Park Ave. China.
Weeping gold china was produced from approx. 1935 through 1965. In those days, it was an expensive collector’s item and commonly used only for special occasions, holidays, and displays.
Weeping gold glazes were used by many china manufacturers and potteries. McCoy and Dixon are probably the best known.
Some named china brands, such as Savoy, were off-shoots of larger, often unidentified companies and may be difficult to track down.
However, it is known that Savoy china was an offshoot of Deena Products.
Other makers include Bel-Terr, LeMieux, Gold Craft, Holley Ross, Park Ave. China, Cameron Clay, and Pioneer Pottery Company."
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