Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this Uncommon 1 1/2 Gallon Pitcher from Beaver, Pennsylvania.
Circa the 1860's, this beauty features a Tooled Rim and Shoulder, Bulbous Body, and a Brushed Cobalt Garland of Tulips around the Middle. Additional freehand capacity number with underscore on the front bottom and cobalt acents at the handle terminals. Stands 12 3/8" tall.
As you know, pitchers were not a common form of stoneware in the Beaver potteries. This is the first one that I have ever seen and the condition is wonderful.
Excellent Condition. A narrow 1/2" chip inside the rim to the left of the spout and a 1/4" surface ping out side the rim to the right of the spout. That's it! No base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.
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