Old Marked Schafer And Vater Figural Black Boy Comical Pitcher, Schafer Vater For Sale

Old marked circa 1920's Schafer & Vater figural, comical black boy bisque pitcher (please see attached pictures). Item is 3&1/2" tall, is lightly impressed with the Schafer and Vater mark shown, and condition is as follows: No cracks, chips, repairs, or damage but there is a small, tiny dimple typekiln mark at the top rim as shown and there is some light paint wear as shown. Requires $6.00 shipping and US sale only. Also, this is our sixteenth year on and, as always, satisfaction guaranteed or money back. Thanks for stopping in.
Old Marked Schafer And Vater Figural Black Boy Comical Pitcher, Schafer Vater

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