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Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945

Pig toby jug produced by Marcia Ceramics from Los Angeles, California, circa 1945. The pig is an omnivorous, domesticated, even-toed, hoofed mammal. The size and weight of pigs largely depends on their breed. Pigs grunt and make snorting sounds. When used as livestock, pigs are farmed primarily for the production of meat. A group of pigs is called a passel, a team, or a sounder. Pigs, especially miniature breeds, are kept as pets.

Maker:

Marcia Ceramics

United States

circa 1945

PP-1

Model #:

toby jug

large

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Height:

Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
Pig toby jug - Marcia Ceramics circa 1945
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