Iron Mountain stoneware mug. Classic mid century shape. 10oz size
Many of the patterns found in Iron Mountain stoneware are named for geological and scenic areas which were near the factory and favorite tourist destinations.
One of the first three patterns, and among the ones most frequently produced, was Roan Mountain. These three patterns, Roan Mountain, Blue Ridge, and White Top were all hand-dipped in glazes which produced distinctive lines and consequently triangles of color across the stoneware 'bodies.'