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Salt Glaze Pitcher with Roses

Presented here, a very fine and unusual piece of Salt Glazed Stoneware with Cobalt Roses. There is a band of cobalt at the throat and also on the bottom edge. The pitcher is unmarked, but we believe it to be either Pennsylvania or New Jersey. The form is quite unusual with delicate lines and excellent decoration. The pitcher stands 10-3/4" tall.

At one time this piece had a pewer top which has since "gone missing". There is a hole in the top of the handle where it would have been attached and we know this to be the case since we have pictures of two other pitchers conceptually identical with the top intact. The condition of the pitcher is excellent, with only one tiny in the making glaze pop that can be seen on the pouring spout.

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