A wonderful example of early American Rockingham Bennington Pottery by Christopher Fenton. This Brown Glaze on cream ware pottery is a classic New England Cow creamer made in the early to mid 19th Century - 1850's in Bennington, Vermont.
She stands on an oval base, Nice definition to body details, tail flipped over her back and includes lid! Don't find these often :-)
Condition: Excellent. No repairs. Very faint crazing. Small little flea bite on lower lip. Lip on inside of lid broken off. Please look closely at all pictures.
Information: Details which classify this piece as a Rockingham Bennington ware by Fenton. Color mottled (not completely dipped), Cow's eyes are open, nostrils are crescent shaped, well defined folds in the neck and ribs.
Ref Collectors Guide to Rockingham, Mary Brewer, page 25)
Measures: 7" long x 5 1/2" h x 3" deep
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Rockingham Bennington ware Cow Creamer - Fenton Potteries with Lid Mid 1800's