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  • Item 2335


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this Masterful 1 Gallon Pitcher made and signed by "R. and B. Diebboll, Washington, MI."


    This is the work of Robert Diebboll and his son, Bruce. Robert founded the Pines End Pottery in 1966 and made pottery until his passing in 2011. The stoneware was made with classic forms and decorations and carried on the American tradition of salt-glaze pottery with stunning success. Diebboll Pottery is highly sought after for its artistry and quality and prices continue to rise.


    This beauty features the Pottery Stamp, an Bird on a Flower Decoration, and Leaf and Comma Vining Accents.  The bird and branch are incised with cobalt fill and very elaborate. The spout, sides, and handle are accented with cobalt leaves and comma vining.  The form is reminiscent of pitchers from Eastern Pennsylvania and Virginia in the mid-19th century.  The decoration is patterned after those from New York and New England in the early 19th century.  Stands 9" tall. 


    Exceptional Condition.  As made. No damage of any kind.   


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    R. & B. Diebboll, Washington, Michigan Stoneware 1g Pitcher with Incised Bird

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