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Diminutive 7" Decorated Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher

Circa 1880-1900: This handsome New Geneva, Pennsylvania, tanware pitcher stands just a hair over 7" in height and has a capacity of a little under one half gallon. The pitcher is unusual in that its rim is wonderfully decorated with a simple Lincoln drape and the color of the clay has a reddish tint. Doubtless, this is a late piece of tanware made in the first decade of the 20th century as the great age of Pennsylvania stoneware gave way to the modern world.

Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher with Slip Glaze Decoration

Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher with Slip Glaze Decoration

Pennsylvania Tanware Pitcher with Slip Glaze Decoration

Antique 7" New Geneva PA
Tanware Pitcher
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