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Pitcher

Description

Brown and white small floral on branch pattern, with induced glaze. .1) Four lobed quatrefoil opening and conforming body; molded vine neck ring and molded leaf at top of handle; applied handle.

Details

Maker
unknown
Date
1879 A
Inscriptions
Maker's marks on bottom of pitcher: a man within a circle with ""MUME"" above and ""1790/B.C. & W./Late Mayers"" below; also registry mark and ""Ivory"" stamped.
Location of origin
Burslem, England, Staffordshire
Associated Building
Original to Rundlet-May House (Portsmouth, N.H.).
Material
earthenware
ironstone (pottery)
vitrification
Object type
Toilet Article
Descriptive terms
Branch
Earthenware
earthenware
Floral
floral patterns
foliation (pattern)
Ironstone
ironstone (pottery)
PITCHER
pitchers (vessels)
Semi-Vitrified
vitrification
Dimensions
11.375 x 9.125 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1971.1376.1
Credit Line
Gift of Ralph May
GUSN
6604

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