Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Little Stoneware Pitcher.
Dating to the mid-19th century, this beauty features a Tall Neck, Bulbous Body, Footer, and Cobalt Trim on the Rim, a Squiggle Stripe on the Front, and 5 Dots on the Handle. Stands 6 1/2" tall.
I have not been able to pinpoint its origins. It share features with pottery attributed to Richard Randolph of Norwich Mills in Virginia, especially in the stripe (see picture above), but attibution is uncertain. (The picture is from Curtis Rice, James River Stoneware and the S. S. Perry Connection, p. 101).
Excellent Condition. A single 3/4" chip inside the rim (closeup). That's it! No base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.
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