• Item 3673


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful 8 3/4" Tanware Pitcher from New Geneva, Pennsylvania.


    During the 1880's the pottery in New Geneva made these pitchers as souvenirs for coming to outings at the pottery.  


    From the top down, this beauty features a Striped Rim, Three Sets of Dashes Down the Spout,  Tooled Shoulder with Stripe, Freehand Vining with Two Fuchsia Around the Body, a Bottom Stripe, and Stripes Down the Handle in the Back.  Lots to admire here!  Stads 8 3/4" tall. 


    Excellent Condition.  A couple 1/8" glaze nibbles and a 1/4" flat flake on top of the rim on the left side.  No other chips or any hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.  


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE 

    Circa 1880 New Geneva, Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher with Two Fuchsia

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