This stoneware mug was hand made around 1910. Albany slip covers all the surfaces except the interior. The Albany slip was applied thinly and then salt glazed, which created interesting glaze pops, studding even the handle and the bottom. The stilt marks are clearly visible on the bottom, which is, as is typical, unsigned. The mug has a straight body, an angled handle and flares out at the base.
This piece is 5 ¼ inches tall, 3 3/8 inches across the top and 3 1/8 inches across the bottom. It's sturdy, weighing 10 ounces, and in very good condition, with no cracks or chips and only faint crazing on the interior.
This is a handsome addition to your pottery collection.