Cash Family / Clinchfield Pottery Cat Creamer Rare

Powered by Auction Hawk Cash Family / Clinchfield Pottery Cat Creamer Rare Up for auction today is a Cat Creamer by the Cash Family Pottery.

The stamp on the bottom says:

Made By The

Cash Family


The creamer stands 4.5" tall.

It is hand painted with a Green cover and Green "shoes" and a Golden Bow . The ears are the Golden color and the eyes are the Green color. The bottom "lip" is a deep Red color.

T are no visible fractures however, the "lip" has some of the glazing and paint missing.

This piece has hand written on the side Renfro Valley.

This piece is so rare that the Collector's Guide to Cash Family / Clinchfield Artware Pottery has no value listed.

On July 5, 1931, Ray Emory Cash (age 18) and Pauline Thomas Cash (age 16) were married in Erwin, Tennessee, w Ray worked at Blue Ridge Southern Potteries. After about six months of employment, Ray began buying and reselling Blue Ridge product via truckload to stores in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and the rest of the state of Tennessee. Ray and Pauline eventually moved with Ray's parents to a location near Knoxville, TN, w they cooperatively opened and operated a gift shop, featuring Blue Ridge Pottery. In the beginning, the Cash Family covered their wares
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