This ceramic butter churn dates to the late 1920's or early 1930's, yet is representative of a common household tool unchanged throughout the nineteenth century. The three decorative stripes of unequal size which are visible on the exterior of the churn are the trademark of Eddie Grubb of Star Pottery (per Jesse Grubb, grandson of Eddie Grubb).
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