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  • Item 2895


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this Rare Stoneware Pitcher made by Whites Pottery of Utica, New York.


    It was made between 1890 and 1907 when Whites made its fabulous molded stoneware. 


    This beauty features a Bulbous Base and Tall Neck, with Every Inch Decorated!  The neck has four narrow roped rings and then two diamond and flower bands framing a geometric band.  A border of beads connects the neck with the base which in turn is stamped innumerable times with a star pattern.  Large blue leaves accent the front and back mold seams.  The footer sports another variety of the diamond and floral band used on the neck.  The spout is solid cobalt and the handle is made to look like intertwined vines.  All the decoration is washed in cobalt.  Stands 6 1/4" tall.  


    I have never seen another piece like this by Whites.


    Excellent Condition.  A flat 3/16" flake on the top of the spout on the left side (closeup), and a pinhead-size nibble on the top of the first diamond and floral band on the neck.  That's it!  No rim or base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE


    Rare Whites of Utica Stoneware Pitcher #2895

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