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  • Item 1062


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Blue and White 9" Spongeware Pitcher made by the Red Wing Union Stoneware Co., Red Wing, Minnesota (1906-1936).


    You can see an example of this pitcher in Dan DePasquale and Larry Peterson, Red Wing Stoneware Encyclopedia, p. 127.


    This beauty features the molded ridges at the top, shoulder, and base, as well as the fancy finger grip on top of the handle distinctive of Red Wing pitchers. It sports Top to Bottom Blue Sponging in a Gorgeous Dark Cobalt.  Stands 9" tall.


    Excellent Condition. A 1/2" chip inside the spout (closeup), and a minor 3/16" nibble on the base below the handle.  No other chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. 


    One of darkest sponged pitcher by Red Wing that I have ever seen.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Red Wing Union Stoneware Blue and White Spongeware Pitcher #1062

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