This Rookwood Standard Glaze pitcher stands 5.75" high by 7.5" across by 5.5" in diameter. It has a classic form, with an unusual collar. This pitcher was decorated by Miss Mary Madeline Nourse, whose tenure at Rookwood was 1891 to 1905. She decorated this vessel with a single ear of corn, with incredible precision in the artwork. The glaze colors are gorgeous in shaded honey golden amber, green and chocolate brown, with superb artwork under a veil of glaze, simply beautiful. This beauty is well marked and dated 1894, based upon 8 flames around the Rookwood logo. Mary Nourse's initials are noted on the base. This beautiful vessel is in excellent condition, with a very good restoration to a line by the handle at the rim. The shadows in the photos are from camera glare, the glaze finish is very uniform. This pitcher makes a beautiful presentation!
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