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Material: Earthenware
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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Upsala-Ekeby, Pitcher, Glazed Earthenware, Sweden, 1940s
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A yellow and green glazed earthenware pitcher designed and produced by Upsala-Ekeby, Sweden c. 1930s-1940s.  
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1930s Swedish Art Deco Vintage Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Rooster Green Glazed Ceramic Pitcher, France, 1950s
Located in Barcelona, ES
Eye-catching green Majolica ceramic rooster jug / pitcher, France, 1950s. Handcrafted in green glazed ceramic with red, black and orange accents. A cool accent to any kitchen or to...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica

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 Earthenware 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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware, Pottery, Terracotta

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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

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 Earthenware 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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

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 Earthenware 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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Faience, Majolica, Pottery

Mochaware Pitcher Decorated with Chocolate Brown Slip England circa 1815
Located in Katonah, NY
Made in England circa 1815 this mochaware pitcher is decorated with bands of lovely milk chocolate-colored slip. The color works beautifully with the unpainted creamware body of th...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Creamware

Pair of Mid-Century Modernist Glazed Ceramic Gurgle Fish Jugs / Pitchers
Located in Barcelona, ES
A set of two green and brown Majolica ceramic fish vases / gurgling fish jugs / pitchers. The green Darmouth fish was manufactured by Dartmouth Devon England, 1960s. The blue one w...
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Mid-20th Century European Mid-Century Modern Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Majolica Sarreguemines Fruit Pitcher, circa 1930
Located in The Hills, TX
Rare Majolica fruit pitcher (cherries, strawberries, white currants, plums) signed Sarreguemines, circa 1930.
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Mochaware Pitcher Made in England, circa 1820
Located in Katonah, NY
This mochaware pitcher was made of pearl glazed creamware in England circa 1820. It has a unique design with freeform decoration in orange, light blue, and white on two wide black sl...
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Early 19th Century English Country Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Brown-Westhead Moore Majolica Butterfly Pitcher, Pewter Lid, Cobalt, c. 1873
Located in Banner Elk, NC
T. C. Brown-Westhead Moore & Co. Majolica Butterfly Pitcher, on cobalt blue-glazed simulated wooden staves and brown basketweave, with faux bamboo handles, the interior glazed in lav...
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19th Century English Victorian Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Wedgwood Cobalt Majolica Wine & Water Ewers
Located in New Orleans, LA
This breathtaking pair of wine and water ewers are made after models by John Flaxman. These exquisitely detailed and lushly rendered ewers are fashioned in a shield shape with spraye...
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19th Century English Neoclassical Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Small Minton Majolica Lily Jug/Pitcher
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Minton Majolica jug/pitcher which features flowering lilies and lily pads. Colouration: green, dark pink, white, are predominant. The piece bears maker's marks for the Minton pottery...
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1870s Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

19th Century French Hand Painted Blue and White Faience Ewer Signed HR Quimper
Located in Dallas, TX
This elegant and colorful antique ewer was sculpted in Brittany, France, circa 1890. The unique large pitcher stands on a octagonal shaped base and features a large scrolling handle ...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

Ceramic Jug by French Artist Roger Capron
Located in Bruxelles, BE
Roger Capron is a French ceramic artist . This piece is very stylish and very collectible. Made in the fifties. Signed Capron and Vallauris on the underside.  
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1950s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

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 Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Large Antique Dutch Delft Faience Floral Pitcher Wine Jug Ewer
Located in Pearland, TX
A superb large antique Delft faience cobalt blue and white flower pot pitcher by Boch Keramis, a well-known Belgian maker. Signed on the reverse. This gorgeous wine jug or ewer has a...
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Early 20th Century Dutch Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience, Delft

Minton Majolica Oak Jug/Pitcher with Snail Handle
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Minton Majolica jug/pitcher which features oak leaves and acorns to the sides and a snail to the handle. Colouration: brown, green, yellow, are predominant. The piece bears maker's m...
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1860s Victorian Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

19th Century Majolica Palissy Ewer Antonio Alves Cunha Caldas da Rainha
By Antonio Alves Cunha
Located in The Hills, TX
Portuguese majolica pitcher or ewer with cherry motif and branch handle circa 1890 signed Antonio Alves Cunha Caldas da Rainha.
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1890s Portuguese Rustic Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica, Ceramic, Faience, Pottery

Large Mochaware Pitcher Blue and Black Slip Decoration Made England, Circa 1830
Located in Katonah, NY
Provenance: From The D H & S E Miller Collection We are pleased to offer this large antique mochaware pitcher made in England circa 1830. This large, barrel-shaped, mochaware pitch...
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1830s English Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Glazed Ceramic Gurgle Fish Jug Tall Pitcher by Vallauris, 1950s
Located in Barcelona, ES
Oversized Mid-Century Modernist glazed ceramic gurgling fish water jug / pitcher. Manufactured by Vallauris, France, 1950s Eye-catching hand painted brown, orange and blue-green lar...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century Dutch Delft Faience Floral Pitcher Wine Jug Ewer
Located in Pearland, TX
A superb antique 19th-Century Delft faience floral cobalt blue and white pitcher. Signed on the reverse. This gorgeous wine jug or ewer has a wonderful lobed shape with fine hand pai...
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Mid-19th Century Dutch Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience, Delft

20th Century French St Clément Barbotine Rooster Pitcher
Located in LEGNY, FR
Very nice 20th century French St Clément barbotine rooster pitcher. As 1516 number under and signed St clement - Farmer. Hand painted.
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1920s French Vintage Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

Early Wedgwood Egyptian Revival Neoclassical Rosso Antico Coffee Pot
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Wedgwood rosso antico coffee pot made ca. 1810. The pot's red body is accentuated by black basalt details in the Egyptian Revival style. Developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1760...
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Early 19th Century British Neoclassical Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

English Pearlware Pottery Jug with Speckled Blue Glaze
Located in Downingtown, PA
English pearlware pottery jug with speckled blue glaze, Circa 1780-1800 The pearlware jug with a wonderful speckled blue ground. Dimensions: 6 inches high x 6 1/2 inches wide ...
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1780s Georgian Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Pearlware, Pottery

Large Antique Dutch Delft Faience Floral Pitcher Jug Ewer
Located in Pearland, TX
A superb large antique 19th-Century Delft faience cobalt blue and white floral pitcher by Boch Freres Keramis, a well-known Belgian maker. Signed on the reverse. This gorgeous wine j...
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Late 19th Century Dutch Chinoiserie Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Delft, Faience

Delft Faience Apothecary Pitcher with Lid
Located in Winter Park, FL
A delft apothecary jug, or pitcher, in the style of the 17th century with striped handle, narrow spout and lid. Hand painted in vivid blue with birds and flowers and decorative label...
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Mid-20th Century Dutch Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

Pair of French Majolica Pitchers or Vases
Located in Winter Park, FL
A pair of French Majolica vases or pitchers, each with double tree branch form handles and spouts. Deep, rich cobalt blue glaze with aqua interior and grape clusters. Minor glaze loss.
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

17th Century Earthenware Pitcher with Yellow and Green Glaze, Friesland
Located in Brooklyn, NY
This is a very rare large pitcher from Friesland from the 17th century. The yellow interior glaze with the careless outer green glaze is typical of this period and is traditional Fre...
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17th Century Dutch Country Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Wedgwood Arts & Crafts Style Majolica Pitcher and Tumbler Set
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A Wedgwood pitcher and tumbler set with a rare majolica colorway of mottled brown with a touch of cobalt blue. This pitcher and tumbler, designed by Wedgwood in 1877, is a unique ...
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1870s British Arts and Crafts Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware, Majolica, Pottery

Antique Dutch Delft Faience Bird Floral Pitcher, Wine Jug, Ewer
Located in Pearland, TX
A stunning antique late 19th-Century to early 20th-Century Delft faience cobalt blue and white pitcher by Boch Freres Keramis, a well-known Belgian maker. Signed on the reverse. This...
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Late 19th Century Dutch Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Delft, Faience

18th Century French Moustiers Faience Pitcher
Located in Winter Park, FL
An 18th century French Moustiers faience pitcher with a pierced upper body and three small spouts. A pewter hinge connects the lid to the handle. Delicate hand painted figural and fl...
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18th Century French French Provincial Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Pewter

Holdcroft Majolica Carp Fish Jug
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Holdcroft Majolica jug/pitcher which features two fish (carp) swimming and a bamboo handle. Colouration: cobalt blue, turquoise, brown, are predominant. The piece bears maker's marks...
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1870s English Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Maiolica Italian Ancient Pitcher, Lodi, circa 1770-1780
Located in Milano, IT
Maiolica pitcher Antonio Ferretti Manufacture Lodi, circa 1770-1780 Maiolica polychrome decorated “a piccolo fuoco” (third fire). It measures 8.66 x 8.66 x 4.33 in (22 x 22 x 11 ...
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1770s Italian Rococo Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Maiolica

Rooster Glazed Ceramic Pitcher, Spain, 1960s
Located in Barcelona, ES
Eye-catching green and brown Majolica ceramic rooster jug / pitcher, Spain, 1950s. Andalusian ceramic decorative rooster shaped jug in shades of green with brown accents. A cool ac...
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Mid-20th Century Spanish Mid-Century Modern Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Price Kensington Mid-Century Green Glazed Pottery Seahorse Jug
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A stylish legacy from the mid-century era is this delightful jug modelled as a seahorse decorated in green glazes and by English makers Price Kensington. The earthenware jug stands o...
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Mid-20th Century English Mid-Century Modern Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Minton Majolica Oak Jug/Pitcher with Snail Handle
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
Minton Majolica jug/pitcher which features oak leaves and acorns to the sides and a snail to the handle. Colouration: brown, green, yellow, are predominant. The piece bears maker's m...
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1850s Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

William Moorcroft MacIntyre Art Nouveau Elegantly Shaped Blue Lilac Pottery Jug
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
Art Nouveau James MacIntyre & Co. rare Florian Ware tall elegantly shaped handled jug decorated with tube lined lilac flowers designed by William Moorcroft (English, 1872-1945) and d...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Midcentury French Hand Painted Ceramic Barbotine Duck Coffee or Teapot
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a shell or a kitchen counter with this colorful faience teapot; crafted in France circa 1960, the pot features a duck laying on top of fruit and foliage. The vintage coffee ...
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Mid-20th Century French Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Hall China Company Art Deco Westinghouse Refrigerator Blue Glazed Pitcher
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A stylish North American Art Deco Hall China Company blue glazed earthenware lidded refrigerator pitcher made for Westinghouse a leading manufacturer of refrigerators in the 1930's. ...
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1930s American Art Deco Vintage Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Large 18th/19th Century French Faience Pitcher
Located in Bradenton, FL
Monumental 18th/19th Century French Blue and White Faience Pitcher. Large blue and white faience decorated water pitcher / vessel, foliate scroll bands and hunting genre scenes, shap...
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Late 18th Century French French Provincial Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

GS&H Etruscan American Majolica Green and White Fern Pitcher, circa 1880
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A scarce Etruscan majolica Fern pitcher, by Griffen, Smith & Hill, circa 1880-1885. Founded in Pennsylvania, GS&H is the best known of the American majolica potteries. The name Et...
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19th Century American Aesthetic Movement Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Early Mochaware Pitcher Cut Through the Colored Slip Made in England, circa 1800
Located in Katonah, NY
Made in England circa 1800, this large and exquisite mochaware pitcher is decorated with 16 bands of blue and brown colored slip. Ten of these bands are cut through vertically and h...
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Early 19th Century English Country Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Set of Two Majolica Jugs, Nimy Faiences Imperiale Belgium
Located in Antwerp, BE
A set of 1851-1898 Belgium majolica pitchers, pottery jugs with pewter top.White hand painted cherubs sitting in a painting impression and accessories, at the bottom and at the top d...
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1890s French Art Nouveau Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Majolica

Large Majolica Leaping Fish Glug Jug/Pitcher
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
European/Continental Majolica jug/pitcher which features a leaping fish, mouth wide open, on a bed of leaves. Colouration: grey, green, yellow, are predominant.
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1890s Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

18th Century Spanish Talavera De La Reina Pitcher Jar Bucaro Botijo Antiques LA
Located in West Hollywood, CA
A large 18th-early 19th century glazed ceramic glazed pitcher jar made in Talavera de la Reina, Spain known for its ceramic tradition since the Roman times. Also called "búcaro" or b...
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Late 18th Century Spanish Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic, Paint, Faience

English Pottery Mocha Large Barrel-Form Jug with Earthworm Design, circa 1820
Located in Downingtown, PA
English Pottery Mocha large Barrel-form Jug with Earthworm design, circa 1820 A large Mocha pottery jug with a central slip band of an ochre-colored ground decorated with an ear...
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Early 19th Century English Folk Art Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Pottery, Pearlware

English Minton Aesthetic Movement Majolica Nut, Leaf & Vine Pitchers, a Pair
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Attributed to Minton pottery in Staffordshire, England, a scarce sized set of majolica glazed pitchers in the Palissy style, circa 1870s. The Aesthetic Period pitchers are molded ...
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Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

French Faience Covered Blue & White Jug
Located in Downingtown, PA
French Faience covered blue & white jug, Circa 1900 The underglaze blue and white faience jug is raised on a hollow foot. The body has eight panels. One side with a sailing ship ...
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1890s Georgian Antique Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Faience

Pol Chambost, Double Handed Ceramic Vase, France, circa 1960
Located in New York, NY
Incised: Poterie / Pol Chambost / 1045 / France.
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Earthenware Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

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