Rare Early Pennsylvania Dutch Ball Pitcher By Stangl From 1942-48 By Kay Hachett
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Rare Early Pennsylvania Dutch Ball Pitcher By Stangl From 1942-48 By Kay Hachett:
Here is aRare Early Pennsylvania Dutch Ball Pitcher by Stangl from 1942-48 by Kay Hachett. This pitcher is 6 1/4" tall including the handle by 6" wide including the handle by 2 1/2" across the bottom and the top opening is 2 1/2" by 1 7/8". The side is hand painted with a Blue Tulip with Green leafs and the base & top rim is painted in Blue as seen in photo's. The bottom is marked as follows: Stangl, Terra-Rose, Made in Trenton, U.S.A., MB. This pitcher is in Great condition with NO chips, cracks or Flea bites. From a tender age, Kay's obvious talent an art drew the attention of family. She began drawing at the age of eight and was given her first water color set at the age of ten by her uncle. Then, when she was a teen, two townswomen who were patrons of the arts took notice. So impressed with Kay's art and obvious talent, they provided the fund necessary to initiate Kay's art lessons. Soon after, she enrolled at the New York State Collage of Ceramics at Alfred University which is considered one of the finest art schools in the nation, especially in the study of ceramic design. Kay was a Ceramic Design Major at Alfred University. Her thesis was on various effects of glazes and firing using red body clays. A classmate of Kay's at the time was Betty Stangl and she spoke to her father about the gifted student and urged her father to hire Kay. The topic of her thesis drew interest from Martin Stangl as he was developing red clay. Martin Stangl escorted Kay to the museum in Philadelphia to study early Pennsylvania Dutch style pottery, from which she patterned Tulips between (late 1930's to early 1940's).
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