vintage Paul Webb "Target Practice" Imperial Porcelain Corp mug

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Here is a cheeky Americana mug by Paul Webb for Imperial Porcelain Corp dated 1947. Titled "Target Practice", the big ceramic beer stein pictures a "hillbilly" scene of a baby holding a rifle as his mom runs towards him. During the 1940s to 1960s, ceramic souvenirs celebrating the American Hillbilly were popular for tourists traveling in the mountain and southern states.


In good condition with wear consistent with age and use.


Height 6 inch 15.2 cm
Width 6 inch 15.2 cm
Depth 4 inch 10.2 cm


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