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  • Item 2913


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Whites of Utica Pitcher.


    This pitcher was made by the Whites Pottery of Utica, New York between 1890 and 1907 when they made their molded stoneware. You can see this piece in Christopher Bensch, The Blue and the Gray: Oneida County Stoneware, p. 66. 


    This beauty features a Simulated Bark Background and Twig Handle, a Branch of a Rose Bush with Bloom on One Side, and a Branch with Rose Bud and a Butterfly Landing on Some Fruit (including a Pineapple) on the Other.  All the decoration is accented with cobalt. Stands 8" tall.


    Excellent Condition. A 3/8" chip on the side of one rose leaf.  That's it!.  No rim or base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.


    Ship double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Whites of Utica Stoneware 1 Gallon Pitcher with Embossed Roses #2913

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