Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Yellow Ware Pitcher in the Peacock Pattern.
This pitcher was made by the Brush McCoy Company of Zanesville, Ohio. It was part of their "Nurock" line from 1911 to 1923. This line was advertised as "A Good Hard Burned Utility Ware Similar to Old English Rockingham" (Sharon and Bob Huxford, Collector's Catalog of Brush McCoy Pottery, p. 47).
On each side this beauty features a Peacock Walking Down a Brick Path Amidst Palm Trees and Exotic Flowers. Columns mark the divide between the two scenes. A beaded top and bottom border complete the decoration. Rockingham overglaze. Measures 8" tall.
Excellent Condition. Three minor chips on the bottom edge (1/4" to 3/8'). That's it! No rim or spout chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. Manufacturing imperfections on the base in the making.
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