Late 1800s Bennington Stoneware Pitcher Dark Brown

This stout pitcher was bought as an `antique' in the mid 1930s. It is heavy for it's size and in wonderful shape with no chips or cracks. The glaze is dark chocolate brown with some spots of glaze that did not adhere. The rim of the base also has areas where the glaze did not adhere. There is what looks to be a thumb print in the glaze on the underside of the handle. It is 4 7/8 inches tall. The bottom has a rough texture and interesting areas where wayward glaze is on small parts. It is The label on the bottom was an inventory number. There are also marks in red pencil with the inventory number. These can be removed by the buyer. It does not affect the piece.

Item ID: 132


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Linda Schwab, Chandler, AZ   

Pitchers & Perfumes found in Oma’s house

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