• Item 4923


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful 2 Gallon Pitcher made and stamped by "Wm. E. Warner, West Troy Manufactory."


    This is the mark of William E. Warner who ran a pottery in West Troy, N.Y., using this impression from 1836 to 1839 (private research).


    This beauty features an Early Form with Tooled RIm, Tall Neck, Inscribed Shoulder, Bulbous Base, Pottery Stamp and Capacity Number with Cobalt Wash, and a Brushed Cobalt Tulip.   Stands 12 1/4" tall.  


    Very Good Condition with Restoration.  Restoration for a 1/2" chip on the face of the spout (closeup 1) and a line from the rim to the shoulder where the spout meets the left side (closeup 2).  No trace of restoration on the top or inside the spout.  Otherwise as made.  Exceptionally clean glaze.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE!

    William Warner, West Troy, New York 2 Gallon Stoneware Pitcher, #4923

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