This vintage Henry Graack Fort Ticonderoga Pottery Swirl miniature pitcher measures 1.5" high by 2.5" across by 2" deep, a tiny little replica pot made by Graack to support the restoration of Fort Ticonderoga in the depression-era 1930s. Graack worked at Fort Ticonderoga at Lake Champlain in upstate NY, in the 1920s-1930s. He left NY c1935 when he was invited to Ocala, Florida by William Rae, owner of the Silver Springs. Graack spent the next thirty-one years, until his death in Ocala in 1966, making souvenir pottery for tourists at the Silver Spring. This little pitcher is impressed 'Fort Ticonderoga' on its face. It is formed by natural clays, which were swirled together, and dominated in red clay. It is hand turned with an applied handle. There is a number '37' on the base, with the word Ticonderoga written on the base as well. This miniature pitcher is in studio original condition with all the nuances of a handmade pot.