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Rare 19th Century Rockingham Lided Water Pitcher

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This fine example of Rockingham / Bennington 19th century pottery is in mint condition and has the original lid. There is an American eagle on the spout and dogs, deer, rabbits, cats and a turkey. The handle is a dog, possibly a fox terrier. So very unusual.

Details

  • Condition
    Good. The condition is very good with minor wear on rim..
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 10 in. x W 9 in. x D 7 in.

    H 25.4 cm x W 22.86 cm x D 17.78 cm

  • Seller location
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Seller reference number
    Early 19Thc Rockingham / Bennington Water Pitcher With Lid
  • Reference number
    LU79716649973

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