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Catawba Valley Pottery Alkaline Glaze Pitcher Circa 1865
Catawba Valley Pottery Alkaline Glaze Pitcher Circa 1865. From my own Catawba Valley Pottery collection, this primitive alkaline glaze stoneware crockery pitcher made in North Carolina in the1860-1870s has always been a favorite. It has so much character with its "orange peel" textured finish, outside and inside glaze, applied handle, and wonderful dark green/brown mottled color with runs of glaze here and there. To be such an old piece, it's in excellent condition! Has no cracks; just one chip on the top rim with several other flea bites on the bottom. (see photos) The bottom is partially glazed and has a rough finish in its center. It has one small chunk of clay on the edge that makes it sit a little unevenly, but I think that adds to its charm.
Measurements: 6" tall; 4-3/8” diameter opening; 3-1/2" long handle; weighs about 2 lbs.
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