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Stonefield Mug

$17.95
Stonefield stoneware stein. Made in the U.S.A.
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  • Stoneware mug made in the U.S.A. by Sunset Hill pottery
  • Color: Brick Red. Two-tone brown/red speckle glaze
  • Shape: "Straight Shot" style
  • Size: 16 oz. 4.75" tall. 3.5" wide at top.

About Stonefield

Stonefield is located on land once part of Governor Nelson Dewey’s agricultural estate. Developed in the 1860s and encompassing 2,000 acres, the farm was divided by picturesque stone walls and several Gothic Revival structures. Original outbuildings remain. In 1936 the farm became part of Nelson Dewey State Park. In 1952 the Wisconsin legislature established the State Farm and Craft Museum, to be located on the site of Dewey’s Stonefield and administered by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Stonefield Village opened in 1961 and now includes approximately 30 buildings. The State Farm and Craft Museum, renamed the Wisconsin State Agricultural Museum, welcomed the first visitors to its new exhibition gallery on the north end of the site in 1971. Stonefield’s extensive collections include superb examples of 19th century agricultural machinery, including the 1896 McCormick Automower, which is the oldest tractor in North America. Today through exhibits, interpretive programs and special events, the site tells the story of farming and village life in late 19th and early 20th century Wisconsin. Learn more.

Details

  • Stoneware mug made in the U.S.A. by Sunset Hill pottery
  • Color: Brick Red. Two-tone brown/red speckle glaze
  • Shape: "Straight Shot" style
  • Size: 16 oz. 4.75" tall. 3.5" wide at top.

About Stonefield

Stonefield is located on land once part of Governor Nelson Dewey’s agricultural estate. Developed in the 1860s and encompassing 2,000 acres, the farm was divided by picturesque stone walls and several Gothic Revival structures. Original outbuildings remain. In 1936 the farm became part of Nelson Dewey State Park. In 1952 the Wisconsin legislature established the State Farm and Craft Museum, to be located on the site of Dewey’s Stonefield and administered by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Stonefield Village opened in 1961 and now includes approximately 30 buildings. The State Farm and Craft Museum, renamed the Wisconsin State Agricultural Museum, welcomed the first visitors to its new exhibition gallery on the north end of the site in 1971. Stonefield’s extensive collections include superb examples of 19th century agricultural machinery, including the 1896 McCormick Automower, which is the oldest tractor in North America. Today through exhibits, interpretive programs and special events, the site tells the story of farming and village life in late 19th and early 20th century Wisconsin. Learn more.

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