This blue and white glazed stoneware pitcher has rings of flowers molded into it around the base and the rim. It has a cobalt scene on one side showing a Dutch boy and girl overlooking a small Homestead with 2 windmills. This pitcher is marked '330' on the bottom. I believe it is a Brush McCoy piece. The pitcher dates to the early 20th century and has some of the manufacturing flaws common to stoneware pitchers and bowls from that era. It also has glaze pops on the side with the Dutch scene and a hairline at the top. Please review the photos closely the last two show the hairline from both the inside and outside. This over 100 year old pitcher would look great used and displayed in a vintage kitchen.

ITEM ID
rl 1900
ITEM TYPE
Antique
PURPOSE
Pitchers, Ewers
COLOR
Blue, White
TYPE
Stoneware
ORIGIN
United States • American

Harmon Antique Sales.

Stoneware pitcher, blue and white, dutch theme

$66


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