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Wade reintroduced Lustreware in the 1940s; often I've seen this pattern is referred to as Harvest Ware. there is a charming provenance written on the bottom (see pics), but poor Aunt Estha must have been forgetful by the late 1970s, because she's very wrong about the age of the piece, as far as I can tell. I think she meant that the piece was about 25 years old when she gave it to John. No matter, it adds charm, and the colors are vibrant and wonderful. There is a small tight hairline about an inch long on one side, otherwise, there are no chips or cracks; it's in excellent shape. A very neat piece of old English pottery! It measures 5 inches tall and about 4 3/4 inches in diameter.
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1940s Wade English Lustreware Pitcher, Harvest Ware
$36 USD SOLD
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