Antique Early 19th Century Pennsylvania Redware Slip Decorated Pitcher Excellent For SaleWe are listing today for your consideration a lovely Antique Early 19th Century Pennsylvania Redware Slip Decorated Small Pitcher. This pitcher is in Excellent Condition with 1 small shallow chip on the outside of the top rim, 1 small shallow chip on the inside of the top rim, and 1 small shallow chip on the rim of the base. All 3 are very smooth. There are no other chips, cracks, and or repairs. We guarantee 100% you will be more than happy with the exceptional condition of this piece. The pitcher measures 5 3/4" tall x 6" wide x 4 1/8" at the mouth x 3 1/4" at the base and weighs approximately 1lb 5oz. The pitcher has a wonderful applied handle, a bulbous form, and a slightly flared top rim. A very thin walled piece where you can feel and see the potters rings on the inside. The pitcher has a great lead glossy glaze that goes about 3/4" down and then the bottom 1/4 is mostly bisque. Great slip decoration that goes all the way around. The inside has glaze as well, definetly shows wear from use and some glaze misses and manufactured imperfections. Great patina to this piece. A wonderful unique early 19th century Pennsylvania redware piece that would make a great addition to anyone's collection. If you have any questions please email. We will ship via USPS and will insure. Best of luck and thanks.
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