A beautiful redware bulbous widemouthed pitcher. It has been thrown on a wheel. It has a clear glaze inside and a lead manganese glaze on the outside. There are a few chips on the inside of the rim and two 1/4" chips on the outside of the rim. There are several chips on the edges of the handle, the largest of which is 1/2" x 1/4". There is wear around the center of the pitcher. There are some flea bite size dings and a few small scratches. There are the usual, "in the making" indentations and pops. All in all, this evidence of use is barely noticeable because of the beautiful color and form of the pitcher. Additional photos are attached by the link to the right.
C. Last half of the 18th Century, Eastern United States origin
9 1/8" Height, 4 3/8" Diameter at base, 4" Diameter at top including spout