Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderfully early 2 Gallon Ovoid Pitcher made and stamped by "Goodwin & Webster."
This is the stamp of Horace Goodwin and Mack Webster who ran the pottery in Hartford from 1831-1840 (William Ketchum, Jr., American Stoneware, pp. 60-61).
This beauty features an Early Ovoid Form with Ringed Shoulder and Pinched Spout and the Pottery Stamp on the Front. Cobalt accents at the handle terminals. Measures 14" tall.
Excellent Condition. A 3/4" surface ping on the top of the spout (inside picture at 4 o'clock), and a 1/4" chip on the footer. That's it! No hairlines, cracks, or restoration. A 1/2" iron ping on the rim on the left side in the making and glazed over.
As you know, pitchers from Goodwin and Webster are uncommon, as are any larger pitcher from this early 19th century period-- especially in this condition.
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