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Pitcher

Description

Pitcher has scalloped lip and spout; neck is ribbed in wavy, linear pattern; C-shaped handle is scalloped; oval body scalloped at shoulders, tapers at base; white body with green "Seville" transfer pattern (floral and vertical vines).

Details

Maker
unknown
Date
1880-1920
Inscriptions
Bottom stamped ""SEVILLE T FURNIVAL & SONS STAFFORDSHIRE""; incised ""semi-china.""
Location of origin
England, Staffordshire
Associated Building
Original to Rundlet-May House (Portsmouth, N.H.).
Material
earthenware
ironstone (pottery)
transfer printing
vitrification
Object type
Toilet Article
Descriptive terms
Earthenware
earthenware
Floral
floral patterns
Ironstone
ironstone (pottery)
PITCHER
pitchers (vessels)
Semi-Vitrified
Seville
Transfer Printed
transfer printing
Vine
vines
vitrification
Dimensions
10.75 (H), 9.25 (diameter) (inches)
Accession Number
1971.1374.1
Credit Line
Gift of Ralph May
GUSN
6600

Wallpaper Details

Pattern Name
Seville

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