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Material: Ceramic
Joseph Holdcroft English Majolica Rustic Dogwood Blossom and Branch Pitcher
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A scarce English majolica jug in the Dogwood mold by Joseph Holdcroft, Daisy Bank, Longton, Staffordshire, circa 1875. A rustic pitcher having a raised branching Dogwood decoratio...
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Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Vintage Turi-Design Lotte Pitcher, Made in Norway
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Vintage Turi-Design Lotte hand painted pitcher, Made in Norway, stamped 1075 on Bottom, F/F Figgjo Flint Flameware, # 1075. The pitcher is high gloss white ceramic with a girl weari...
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Mid-20th Century Norwegian Scandinavian Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Porcelain

George Jones Majolica Bullrush and Lily Molded Pottery Jug, c.1875
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Pottery majolica glazed handled jug decorated in the bullrush and lily pattern by George Jones and dating from around 1875. The jug is hand painted in tones of green, brown and yello...
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1870s English High Victorian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

Nocturnal Pitcher by Rodrigo Lobato Yáñes
Located in Geneve, CH
Nocturnal pitcher by Rodrigo Lobato Yáñes Dimensions: H 9.8'' x W 5.6'' x D 5.6 " Materials: Slip casting, glazing and single firing process Platalea studio was born out of a pa...
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2010s Mexican Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Minton Majolica Pitcher with Ferns and Pink Berries, English, Dated 1860
Located in Banner Elk, NC
Minton Majolica pitcher with ferns and pink berries, the reverse with impressed British Registry lozenge and Minton date cipher for 1860. This design is included in the Karmason Lib...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

19Thc Sponge Ware Pottery Pitchers -Collection of Four
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Collection of four design sponge ware pottery pitchers in fine condition. This smoke ring pattern is hard to find. Sold as a group of four together. Individually would be 795. Each b...
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Mid-19th Century American Adirondack Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

French 19th Century Cream Glazed Terracotta Pitcher with Floral Décor
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French cream glazed terracotta pitcher from the 19th century, with floral décor. Created in France during the 19th century, this pitcher features a circular cream glazed body adorn...
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19th Century French Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Terracotta

20th Century English Solid Silver & Tigerware Pottery Jug, c.1919
Located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Antique 20th century English solid silver mounted on tigerware pottery wine jug, made in the style of the original Elizabeth I example, highly chased and gilt throughout. Hallmarked ...
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20th Century English Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Silver

French 1950s Ceramic Figural Fruit Pitcher
Located in London, GB
Squash yellow and green pitcher or jug. Perfect for water, milk or juice.   
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1950s French Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

French Ceramic Vallauris Pitcher, Midcentury
Located in Labrit, Landes
French ceramic pitcher from Vallauris, France, circa 1960. Picasso lived and worked in the town of Vallauris, France between 1948 and 1955. He contributed to the Renaissance of the ...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Creil Et Montereau Tea or Coffee Pot, Napoleonic Military, circa 1820
Located in Doylestown, PA
A Creil et Montereau coffee pot with Napoleonic Military decoration, circa 1820, with small lid.
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Early 19th Century French Empire Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Faience

Royal Copenhagen Aluminia Faience Pitcher by Berte Jessen, 1960s
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Beautiful Danish Mid-century Modern hand decorated faience pitcher by designer Berte Jessen for Royal Copenhagen. Hand painted organic decorations in plum, purple, blue and green. Ma...
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1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Faience, Porcelain

Parian Jasperware Hummingbird Pitcher
Located in New York, NY
Parian jasperware hummingbird pitcher. Vibrant blue and white vintage Parian pitcher with hummingbirds amidst foliage. England, circa 1930s Dimensions: 4.63" width spout to handle x...
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Early 20th Century English Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Jug or Creamer in Vase & Jardiniere Ptn, circa 1817
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine and rare, ironstone pottery small jug or creamer in the Vase and Jardiniere pattern, made by Mason's Ironstone, of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, in the George 11...
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Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ironstone

French 19th Century Pottery Pitcher with Marbleized Glazed Décor
Located in Atlanta, GA
A French pottery pitcher from the 19th century, with marbleized glazed décor. Created in France during the 19th century, this rustic pottery pitcher features a soft yellow ground per...
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19th Century French Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

Aage Rasmus Selsbo, Pitcher, Semi-Glazed Stoneware, Rattan, Sweden, 1960s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A cream and brown glazed pitcher / vase with subtle incised decoration and rattan detailing, produced by Danish ceramicist Aage Rasmus Selsbo in his studio, Simlångsdalen, Sweden, 19...
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1960s Swedish Mid-Century Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Rattan, Stoneware

Upsala-Ekeby, Vase, Glazed Incised Earthenware, Sweden, 1940s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A green-glazed earthenware vase / pitcher with a brown handle produced by Upsala-Ekeby, Sweden, 1940s.  
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1940s Swedish Art Deco Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Jerk Werkmäster, Vase, Green-Glazed Earthenware, Nittsjö, Sweden, 1940s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A green-glazed earthenware vase by Jerk Werkmäster for Nittsjö produced in Sweden, 1940s. Signed by artist on the bottom.
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1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Nittsjö, Vase, Green-Glazed Earthenware, Sweden, 1940s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A green glazed earthenware vase with floral motifs produced by Nittsjö, Sweden, 1940s. Signed on base.  
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1940s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Handcrafted Modern Porcelain Pitcher Handstitch Leather Wrap
Located in Sharon, CT
Inspired by Daniel's hand built boats (particularly the leather detail on the wooden oars) the porcelain Remo Pitcher is simple and elegant with a hand stitched and oiled leather ban...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Organic Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Leather, Porcelain

French Majolica Cat with Mandolin Pitcher with Blue Ribbon, circa 1890
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica cat with mandolin pitcher with blue ribbon, circa 1890.
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1890s French French Provincial Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

Vintage Mid Century Pitcher Barware Jug C1950 France
Located in Trensacq, FR
Vintage French pitcher mid century barware jug C1950 Rare mid-century vintage barware water jug from 1950s France. An attractive and unusual square shaped ceramic pitcher with a ...
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Mid-20th Century European Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

French Majolica Rooster Pitcher Keller and Guerin Saint Clement
Located in The Hills, TX
French Majolica rooster pitcher signed Keller and Guerin Saint Clement, circa 1900. Original older model. Measure: Height / 12.8 inches.
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Early 1900s French Rustic Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

19th Century French Glazed Terracotta Vessel or Pitcher
Located in Houston, TX
A 19th century French green glazed terracotta pottery vessel or pitcher. This unusual vessel has a dragon spout and mask decoration. This vessel was used for milk or as a vinegar pot...
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19th Century European French Provincial Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware, Pottery, Terracotta

Two Fat Lava Ceramic German Jugs by Scheurich, circa 1970
Located in Aci Castello, IT
Two particular jugs also usable as vases made in the 1970s in Germany by Scheurich in perfect conditions.
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Mid-20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Georgian Ironstone Jug with Dragon Handle Hand Painted, Staffordshire circa 1820
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good early 19th century ironstone jug or pitcher, all hand painted and gilded, made by one of the English Staffordshire potteries, circa 1820. The jug is octagonal in sh...
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Early 19th Century English Georgian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ironstone

Rooster Glazed Ceramic Pitcher, Ukraine, 1950s
Located in Barcelona, ES
Eye-catching black and amber Majolica ceramic rooster jug / pitcher, Ukraine, 1950s. A cool accent to any kitchen or to be user as serving pitcher. Lovely as a part of a ceramics co...
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Mid-20th Century Ukrainian Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Collection of Three Sponge Ware Pitchers, 3
Located in Los Angeles, CA
These fantastic blue & white sponge ware pottery pitchers are in fine condition. Hard to find shapes and sizes. Pitchers measurement are approximate - 5.5 deep x 5high x 3.5 wide...
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Late 19th Century American Adirondack Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

Joseph Holdcroft Large Turquiose Bark Pitcher
Located in Milton, DE
What makes this Holdcroft piece impressive is the pale coloring and the size. Over 10 inches tall it is the largest in the series of pichers in the bark collection from Holdcroft. Th...
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1870s English High Victorian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

Myott Art Deco Hand Painted Pinch Neck Art Pottery Jug, 1930
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A fine and stylish Art Deco art pottery jug hand painted with seed pod designs by Myott and dated 1930. This shape of jug is an iconic production piece by Myott and each was individu...
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1930s English Art Deco Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

Large Antique Nippon Styled Ewer or Pitcher with Ornate Moriage Decoration
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This large antique and ornately decorated ewer is unsigned, but believed to have been made by the Nippon Company of Japan in approximately 1900 in an Anglo-Japanese style. The pitche...
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Early 20th Century Japanese Anglo-Japanese Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Porcelain

Mid-20th Century Jug and Wash Bowl by Annaburg
Located in Debenham, Suffolk
Mid-20th century jug and wash bowl by Annaburg, circa 1950 German ceramic maker Annaburg with makers mark to the base. These pieces are circa 1950 matching jug and bowl in good...
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Mid-20th Century German Art Nouveau Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Peel Pitcher by Rodrigo Lobato Yáñes
Located in Geneve, CH
Peel pitcher by Rodrigo Lobato Yáñes Dimensions: H 8.1” x W 5.2” x D 5.2" Materials: Slip casting, glazing and single firing process Platalea studio was born out of a passion fo...
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2010s Mexican Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Vintage French Ceramic Pitcher by Jacques Blin, circa 1960s
Located in London, GB
Vintage French ceramic pitcher by Jacques Blin (circa 1960s). Unique in its style and decoration, its form is zoomorphic with incised decor of geometric shapes. Of course Jacques Bli...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Early 19th Century Empire Porcelain Set Coffee Pot and Pitcher
Located in Paris, FR
Empire porcelain set composed of a coffee pot and a pitcher for hot milk. They are decorated with medallions featuring musical and revolutionary motifs. Gold trim surrounds the medal...
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Early 19th Century Empire Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Porcelain

French Ceramic Pitcher by Robert Picault
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful painted ceramic pitcher from France by Robert Picault. Curved handle with white glazed ceramic and painted blue grid. Signed RP on bottom.  
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Mid-20th Century French Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Large Odd Fellows Pitcher England, Circa 1850
Located in Katonah, NY
This very large pitcher is fully decorated with the imagery and symbols of the Odd Fellows (see images). Odd Fellows promote philanthropy, the ethic of reciprocity, and charity. ...
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Early 19th Century English Early Victorian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Royal Copenhagen / Aluminia Confetti Jug in Burgundy Red Glazed Faience
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Royal Copenhagen / Aluminia Confetti jug in burgundy red glazed faience. Dated 1958. Measures: 16 x 12 cm. In excellent condition. Stamped. 1st factory quality.
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1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Faience

Early 20th Century Traditional Spanish Ceramic Pitcher
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Early 20th century Traditional Spanish ceramic pitcher In original condition with minor wear consisitent of age and use, preserving a beautiful patina.
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Early 20th Century Spanish Mid-Century Modern Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Utica White's Pottery, NY Blue Decorated Stoneware Jug, Pub Scene, circa 1880
Located in Big Flats, NY
An antique White's Pottery, Utica, New York stoneware jug offers allover bark pattern having blue decoration with German or Bavarian pub scene and brewmaster seated on beer keg with ...
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19th Century Hungarian Primitive Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

Wedgwood Crimson Covered Jug
Located in New Orleans, LA
A lovely crimson jasperware jug by Wedgwood, featuring an applied white jasper neoclassical decoration of acanthus leaves and grapes bordering the rim. Maidens, children, and foliage...
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Late 19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

Midcentury Italian Ceramic Pitcher by Guido Gambone, circa 1950s
Located in London, GB
Midcentury Italian decorative ceramic pitcher by Guido Gambone (circa 1950s). The classically-shaped pitcher is reminiscent of earthenware from ancient Greece and Rome, particularly ...
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1950s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Mid Century Modern Vintage Pink White Porcelain Pitcher Capodimonte Italy 1950s
Located in Vienna, AT
Mid Century Modern vintage pitcher from porcelain in white and pink pastel color tones by the famed Italian porcelain manufacture Capodimonte 1950s Italy. The amazing porcelain pitc...
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Mid-20th Century Italian Rococo Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Porcelain

French 1950s Ceramic Figural Fruit Pitcher
Located in London, GB
Aubergine purple pitcher/jug. Perfect for water, milk or juice.
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1970s French Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Vase in Green Dragon Chinoiserie Pattern, circa 1818
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare shape vase, made by Mason's Ironstone, England, in the early 19th century, late Georgian period, circa 1818. This vase has a rarely found shape and is a very early...
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Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ironstone

Vintage French Ceramic Pitcher by Jacques Blin 'circa 1950s'
Located in London, GB
Vintage French ceramic pitcher / vase (circa 1950s) by Jacques Blin. The pitcher is in a subtle hue covered in Blin's trademark misty glaze, darker on this piece than others. It is d...
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1950s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Upsala-Ekeby, Vase or Pitcher, Glazed Stoneware, Sweden, 1940s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A early modernist vase or pitcher. Produced by Upsala-Ekeby, Sweden, 1940s. Other designers of the period include Ettore Sottsass, Carl Harry Stålhane, Lisa Larsson, Axel Salto,...
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1930s Swedish Art Deco Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Stoneware

Beige Vintage Porcelain Jug
Located in Chorzów, PL
Porcelain jug Produced probably in Poland. Dimensions: height: 16.5 cm, width: 20 cm, depth: 13.5 cm.  
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Mid-20th Century Polish Country Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Porcelain

George Clews Tunstall Pair Chameleon Ware Art Deco Persian Pottery Jugs
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A very stylish pair Art Deco George Clews & Co, Tunstall, Chameleon Ware reproduction of Persian Art handled pottery jugs dating from around 1930. The jugs stand on a rounded base an...
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1930s English Art Deco Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

English Early 20th Century Ironstone Pitcher
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
A wonderful early 20th century white ironstone pitcher, from Staffordshire, England, circa 1920. Having raised stripes that encircle the vessel, this mono-chromed white pitcher will ...
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20th Century English Other Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ironstone

Pair of Royal Blue Ceramic Vintage Majolica Water Jugs
Located in Oakland Park, FL
Pair of Royal blue ceramic vintage Majolica water jugs Two hand painted round 4 x 4 water jugs depicting cherubs and swags on the top. On the center the design motif is sea shells on...
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1990s Chinese Victorian Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Porcelain

Carafe Contemporary Yet Inspired by Traditional Carafes Jug, Pitcher Decorative
Located in London, GB
Our carafe colection is a tribute to the traditional pitchers of the regions of Tonala´ and Tlaquepaque in Jalisco, these two regions developed during the period of the conquest as p...
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2010s Mexican Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic Vase Pitcher with Character Signed by Roger Capron, Vallauris, 1950s
Located in Paris, FR
Roger Capron (1922-2006) Stylized vase with character signed Capron Vallauris Measures: H 31 cm x L 12 cm.
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1950s Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

20th Century English Ceramic "Old British Castles" Pitcher by Johnson Brothers
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
20th century English "Old British Castles" blue and white earthenware handled pitcher of Ragland Castle by Johnson Brothers.
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Mid-20th Century English Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

French Jaspe Ware Pottery Pitchers with Burnt Orange Glaze, ONE AVAIL.
Located in Atlanta, GA
French jaspé ware pottery pitchers from the 19th century, with burnt orange glaze and cream polka dots décor, priced each. These French jaspé pitchers attract our attention with thei...
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19th Century French Rustic Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Pottery

Vintage French Ceramic Pitcher by Le Grand Chêne, circa 1950s
Located in London, GB
Vintage French ceramic pitcher by Le Grand Chêne (circa 1950s). A stunning piece with sensual form and oak leaf motif on the front and matching, painted handle in the back. The matt ...
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1950s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

Old Hall Drabware Ceramic Jug with Female Cardinal Virtues Figures
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Very unusual and rare English earthenware drabware jug finely molded in relief with female figures portraying six of the Cardinal virtues made by Old Hall Earthenware Co Ltd in Hanle...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

19th Century English Majolica Pitcher with pink Flowers
Located in The Hills, TX
19th century English Majolica pitcher with pink flowers. Measures: Height / 7 inches, length / 5.2 et 3.5 inches.
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1890s English Victorian Antique Ceramic Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica, Pottery

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