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Keller & Guerin Saint Clément French Barbotine Majolica Cat Absinthe Pitcher
By Saint-Clément
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A French majolica glazed Absinthe pitcher formed as a sitting cat, Keller & Guerin St. Clément, circa 1900–1910. Amazing ombré coloring blending from a burnt orange to a canary ye...
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Early 20th Century French Aesthetic Movement Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

19th Century French Painted Ceramic Barbotine Fish Pitcher by Onnaing
By Onnaing
Located in Dallas, TX
This lively antique pitcher would make an interesting addition to any porcelain collection. The harmonious porcelain jug was sculpted in France, circa 1890 and is in the shape of a c...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

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Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century French Painted Ceramic Barbotine Fish Pitcher Onnaing Style
By Onnaing
Located in Dallas, TX
This lively pitcher would make an interesting addition to any porcelain collection. The colorful, antique water pitcher shows the beautiful artistry and painterly application of colo...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

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Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century French Painted Ceramic Barbotine Fish Pitcher Onnaing Style
By Onnaing
Located in Dallas, TX
This lively pitcher would make an interesting addition to any porcelain collection. The colorful, antique water pitcher shows the beautiful artistry and painterly application of colo...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Set of 2 Antique English Wedgwood Majolica Pitcher Caterer Jug Shakespeare c1867
Located in Shreveport, LA
~Direct from England~ ~Amazing that here we have two of these unique and rare Wedgwood pitchers or “caterer jugs” for sale!~ ~The body of the jugs are heavily relief moulded with ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century British Victorian Pitchers

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Ceramic

Wedgwood Pearlware Fox Hunting Jug, circa 1810
By Wedgwood
Located in Downingtown, PA
Wedgwood pearlware fox hunting jug, circa 1810. This ovoid jug has a cylindrical neck, a projecting lip, and a ribbed ear-shaped loop handle. Bat printed on each side in puce is...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Pearlware, Pottery

Blendo Cocktail Pitchers One White One Lavender West Virginia Glass, Mid-Century
By West Virginian Glass Company, Blendo Glass 1
Located in Topeka, KS
Fun Blendo pitchers by West Virginia Glass Specialty Co. for your cocktails or summer beverages. One white frosted glass with gold trim and one lavender frosted glass with gold trim....
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Barware

Materials

Blown Glass

Lenci Italian Art Deco Ceramic Jug, Pitcher and Tray Set with Floral Patterns
By Lenci
Located in Firenze, IT
This Italian design serveware ceramic set of three pottery items is composed of a jug, a pitcher and a little sweets bowl or tray. The set dating back to 1930s was created by Lenci m...
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20th Century Italian Art Deco Ceramics

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Ceramic

Majolica White and Grey Cat Pitcher Signed Esdeve Sarreguemines
By Sarreguemines
Located in The Hills, TX
Amusing Majolica pitcher with a grey cat who put out the tongue signed Esdeve Sarreguemines Esdeve, circa 1930.
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Pitchers

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Majolica, Ceramic

Brown Majolica Cat Pitcher Keller Et Guerin Saint Clement, circa 1900
By Saint-Clément
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica brown cat pitcher signed Keller and Guerin Saint Clément, circa 1900. Reference: Page 43 "Pichets en Barbotine" of M.Bottero.
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Brown Majolica Cat Pitcher Keller Et Guerin Saint Clement, circa 1900
By Saint-Clément
Located in The Hills, TX
Majolica brown cat pitcher signed Keller and Guerin Saint Clément, circa 1900. Reference: Page 43 "Pichets en Barbotine" of M.Bottero.
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

19th Century French Saint Clement Painted Ceramic Barbotine Cat Pitcher
By Saint-Clément
Located in Dallas, TX
This colorful Majolica water pitcher was sculpted in Saint Clement, France, circa 1890. The ceramic jug is in the shape of a colorful feline in a seating position with spout thru the...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Majolica Cat with Mandolin Pitcher Orchies, circa 1900
By Orchies
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica cat pitcher with mandolin signed Orchies Z3, circa 1900. This pitcher exist in different colors, three different examples are available.
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Antique Early 1900s French French Provincial Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Majolica White Cat with Mouse Pitcher Minton
By Minton
Located in The Hills, TX
A very rare white Majolica cat pitcher trapping a mouse under its right paw its tail forming the handle signed Mintons, dated October 1874. The shape number is 1924. Probably desi...
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Antique 1870s English Victorian Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Gustafsberg Majolica Tabby Cat Jug
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Gustafsberg Majolica jug or pitcher which features a tabby cat with a mouse trapped under it's paw. Colouration: brown, white, green, are predominant. The piece bears maker's marks f...
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Antique 1870s Swedish Victorian Pitchers

  • Gustafsberg Majolica Tabby Cat Jug
  • Gustafsberg Majolica Tabby Cat Jug
  • Gustafsberg Majolica Tabby Cat Jug
  • Gustafsberg Majolica Tabby Cat Jug
H 9.45 in. W 3.94 in. D 6.3 in.
Mocha Creamware Pottery Large Cat's Eye Jug, circa 1800-1820
Located in Downingtown, PA
Mocha Creamware pottery large cat's eye jug, circa 1800-20. A Mocha creamware jug unusually decorated with a very uniquely decorated jug with a central band of gray ground with l...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Folk Art Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

19th Century French Painted Ceramic Barbotine Fish Pitcher Onnaing Style
By Onnaing
Located in Dallas, TX
This lively pitcher would make an interesting addition to any porcelain collection. The colorful, antique water pitcher shows the beautiful artistry and painterly application of colo...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century French Faïence Barbotine Orchies L’écureuil Squirrel, Nut Pitcher
By Orchies
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A scarce, “L’écureuil” N° AE, French Barbotine majolica pitcher, formed as a squirrel sitting on a branch and eating a nut. The squirrel’s tail makes up the handle. Made by the Orchi...
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Antique 19th Century French Aesthetic Movement Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Elsmore & Forster Ironstone Ale Jug with Exotic Animal Transferware, circa 1850
By Elsmore & Forster
Located in Pittsburgh, PA
A superb, large, circa 1850 English ironstone ale jug manufactured by Elsmore & Forster, Turnstill, England in the Harlequin pattern, additionally desirable as is it exuberantly deco...
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Antique Mid-19th Century British High Victorian Pitchers

Materials

Ironstone

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