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- Pitcher in WhiteInspired by the Series One furniture collection, this set of handmade tabletop pottery employs different clay bodies with different properties for each vessel and use. The Pitcher is made of either white or black stoneware or Terracotta which has been fired to an unconventionally high temperature that vitrifies the body of the clay, giving it the strength of stoneware and achieving the scorched colour. Materials: Terracotta, Natural White and Black. Stoneware, glazed inside outSize: Diameter 116 mm / 4 1/2 x Height 168 mm / 6 5/8 Care: dishwasher safe Designer: Ian McIntyre.
- Pitcher in BlackInspired by the Series One furniture collection, this set of handmade tabletop pottery employs different clay bodies with different properties for each vessel and use. The jug is made of Terracotta which has been fired to an unconventionally high temperature that vitrifies the body of the clay giving it the strength of stoneware and achieving the scorched colour. Nominated for Elle Decoration British Design Awards 2012. Crafted in the UK. Material: Stoneware, glazed insideSize: Diameter 116 mm / 4 1/2, Height 168mm / 6 5/8 Care: dishwasher safe Designer: Ian McIntyre.
- Freeman-McFarlin Glazed Modernist Pitcher/Coffee PotMost well known for their figurines and mermaids, here we offer you a very rare Modernist Pottery Pitcher/Teapot/Vase by Freeman-McFarlin. Original Foil Sicker intact. Appears unused One of the finest examples of Freeman-McFarlin Mid Century Modern Pottery we have ever seen. Multi functional, ideal as a focal point anywhere, you can fill it with flowers, or use as a serving piece, or for beverages, water, coffee pot or teapot. There is a chip on the top on the inside of the rim. Background info about the company: Freeman-McFarlin was started in El Monte, California in 1927 by Gerald McFarlin. It was known then as McFarlin Potteries. In 1951 Maynard Anthony Freeman joined the company as a partner and chief designer. It was Freeman's design of a new line of slip-cast earthenware sculpture that propelled the company to new success. In 1968 a second plant was added in San Marcos. McFarlin sold his inerest in the late 1960's and Freeman sold out in 1972 to International Multifoods. The El Monte factory was closed in 1975 and opertions were consolidated at the San marcos Plant. An ideal addition for a collector of mid century modern pottery, Cal Pottery and modernist glazed designs.
- Pitcher, TerracottaInspired by the Series One furniture collection, this set of handmade tabletop pottery employs different clay bodies with different properties for each vessel and use. The jug is made of Terracotta which has been fired to an unconventionally high temperature that vitrifies the body of the clay giving it the strength of stoneware and achieving the scorched colour.-Nominated for Elle Decoration British Design Awards 2012-Crafted in UK Stoneware, glazed insideDimensionsDiameter: 116mm / 4 1/2Height: 168mm / 6 5/8Designer: Ian McIntyre.
- Gray Stoneware PitcherEndlessly useful, this durable salt-glazed stoneware pitcher is handcrafted using traditional Pennsylvania Dutch pottery techniques. Timeless and well-built, it will serve you (and others) well for generations. A heritage artisan piece made by Eldreth Pottery.
- Pottery Barn Emma PitcherWith vintage-inspired lines and beaded detailing, our Emma Pitcher gives presence to special occasions and everyday meals. 5" diameter, 6.75" high Crafted of fine stoneware. While dishes are microwave-safe, they may become hot. Handle carefully. Please take special care when microwaving liquids; hot liquids will transfer their heat to the container. Made in Portugal. Store / Internet Only.
- Bauer Pottery "Ringware" Orange Coffee PotVintage coffee carafe or water pitcher by Bauer featuring their popular and much loved ribbed pattern "Ringware".It is a beautiful red-orange color and has a copper lid and wrapped metal handle. Great combination of mixed materials. Measures about 9" H x 7 1/2" W x 6 1/2" It is in overall very nice original condition with no cracks or chips. One very small flake on the very bottom, on the base. Displays and functions very well. We did not shine the copper but chose to leave the patina, but it is entirely up to you. Bauer was one of the best-known and most respected ceramics companies of the Mid-Century era. Thank you for looking at our listings and please browse through our other items. We have paired this in some of the photos with other current items available including Gainey Planter Pot Collection, Charles Hollis Jones Lucite Display Shelf Etagere, a vintage wood mail sorter from Pasadena California, an antique pop art sculpture of a huge surveyors stick, Homecrest patio Furniture and Mid Century Modern Panton Lamps, all of which are currently listed on Chairish. We appreciate your interest. We will gladly supply additional photos, so please ask to see them if you'd like. And if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for looking at our listings and please browse through our other items. We appreciate your interest. I usually have more photos than I've posted, so please ask to see them if you'd like. And if you have any questions, please contact email@example.com, thanks! We will always strive to offer you the best shipping prices we can. We will gladly combine shipping costs for more item whenever possible and we will work with you on alternative shipping and delivery whenever possible.
- Farmhouse Pottery Bell Pitcher ByGraceful as a bell this pitcher is a classic studio potter form that is timeless in design. easy to poor you'll find yourself using this pitcher at every meal. Durable american stonewareOven, dishwasher, microwave safeWheel thrown in vermont, usahHnd dipp
- Pottery Barn Great White PitcherIn the long-standing tradition of fine porcelain dining, this elegant piece captures the silhouette of an elegant vintage pitcher. Grandly scaled, it makes for a beautiful display on the table. Serve water, lemonade and more in this sizable pitcher. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Crafted of white-glazed high-fired porcelain. Beautiful for entertaining, yet durable enough for everyday use. Dishwasher-safe.
- NOVICA Handcrafted Mexican Majolica Colorful Ceramic PitcherSave $9 on Your First Purchase!Evoking twinkling stars Pedro Alba creates the intricate crosshatching so frequently seen in majolica pottery. Wildflowers blossom in the starlight as he handcrafts this voluptuous pitcher in high-fired ceramic.
- Vintage Kenya Pottery Yellow PitcherThis authentic vintage 1960s yellow artisan made ceramic pitcher by Kenya Pottery is a very special and unique piece to add to your kitchenware collection. Handmade by skilled artisans in Kenya, Africa the coil technique is used to hand throw this gorgeous glazed pitcher. The bright yellow is accented with a banded multicolor geometric design pattern in a palette of brown, white, & black. the pitcher features a handle & pouring spout for easy everyday use. Measures 6" W X 5 1/2" H X 3" D and is signed on the underside. It is in excellent vintage condition with no signs of use. The pitcher is now being offered here for an excellent price.
- Vintage Art Deco Czech Modernist Pitchers - PairThis set of 2 authentic vintage Art Deco Czechoslovakia art pottery porcelain pitchers are an exquisite set of early Modernist hand painted and marked, Bohemia fine antique pieces. The 2 porcelain pitchers have beautiful geometric color blocked & striped design patterning in a palette of white, rust, blue, black, & tan with a subtle luster finish glaze. These 2 pieces were produced between the years of 1921 - 1939 in Czechoslovakia, there is a marking on the underside. Pieces of Czech porcelain art pottery are very collectible and highly desirable. The 2 Art Deco Modernist pitchers measure 5" W X 3 1/2" D X 3 3/4" H ( medium ) & 4 1/2" W X 3" D X 3 1/2" H ( small ). The 2 pitchers are in excellent vintage condition consistent with age and use, the set of 2 is now being offered here for an excellent price.
- Mid-Century Modern Italian Pottery PitcherA wonderfully tall and heavy art pottery pitcher having a cylindrical ribbed body and terrific glaze in burnished copper with splashes of blue and cream. Signed on the bottom rim illegible and on the underside "Italy 1968". Approximate height 16", width 8.5" (handle to spout), diameter of base 5".
- Art Deco-Style Faux Bois Trompe l'Oeil PitcherCrafted of porcelain, this authentic, vintage Art Deco-style Czechoslovakian art pottery pitcher is an exquisite example of early Modernist Bohemia fine art. This porcelain pitcher has a beautiful Faux Bois Trompe L'oeil Renaissance style. It features a hand-painted woodgrain pattern rendered in a variegated brown color palette. This piece is made by the Union K manufacturer, the pieces were produced in the years 1921 - 1939 in Czechoslovakia, there is a marking on the underside. pieces created by Union K are highly collectible and very desirable. Measures 7 1/2" W X 4 1/2" D X 6" H. The pitcher is in excellent vintage condition consistent with age and use. The pitcher is now being offered here for an excellent price.
- Ditmar Urbach Art Deco-Style Pitchers - A PairCrafted of ceramic, this pair of authentic, vintage Art Deco-style Czechoslovakian art pottery pitchers are an exquisite set of early Modernist Bohemia fine antique pieces. The two ceramic pitchers have beautiful color block design rendered in a palette of ivory, white, and red. These two pieces are made by the Ditmar Urbach Triptisag manufacturer. The pieces were produced in 1913 in Czechoslovakia. There is a marking on the underside of a letter T for Trptisag. Pieces designed by Ditmar Urbach are highly collectible and very desirable. Each measure 5 1/2" W X 4" D X 4 3/4" H. Both are in excellent vintage condition, with wear consistent with age and use and are now being offered here for an excellent price.
- Jars Ceramics & Stoneware Tourron large pitcherWorldwide Express DeliveryFrom kiln to table, JARS draws from its 150 years of celebrated history in pottery to make this Tourron pitcher. Realising form and function in temperatures as high as 2850°F to achieve the distinctive look that has earned stoneware the title of 'noble ceramic', this piece's nuanced colourway makes it an ideal addition to your morning rituals.
- Vintage Brown Spongeware Pitcher by LA PotteriesThis pretty brown spongeware ceramic pitcher brings to mind lunches on a screened porch at a lakeside cabin. Use it as a water pitcher in the summer, and it easily transitions to fall entertaining season to use for serving or decor. The retro spongeware pattern is nostalgic yet modern. Excellent vintage condition, with no chips or cracks. Light crazing on the inside and bottom, as shown in pictures. The bottom says Los Angeles Potteries, 34, Calif USA. Approximately 9" wide including spout and handle; base is 5" diameter. 7" tall at highest point.
- Pottery Barn Colette PitcherInspired by antique European serving pieces, we created our eclectic Colette collection. Each piece is crafted in a different design and shape, giving this serveware the look of a treasured heirloom. DETAILS YOU'LL APPRECIATE Made of stoneware. Features a glazed finish. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Dishwasher and microwave safe Imported.
- Vintage Art Deco Czechoslovakia Porcelain Pitchers - Set of 3This set of 3 authentic vintage Art Deco Czechoslovakia art pottery porcelain pitchers are an exquisite set of early modernist hand painted and marked, Bohemia fine antique pieces. The 3 porcelain pitchers have beautiful geometric color blocked design patterning in a palette of white, rust, blue, black & tan with a subtle luster finish glaze. These 3 pieces are made by the Union RKG manufacturer, the pieces were produced between the years 1921 - 1939 in Czechoslovakia, there is a marking on the underside. Pieces made by Union RKG are highly collectible and very desirable. The 3 Art Deco early Modernist pitchers measure 9" W X 5 3/4" D X 7" H ( large ), 8" W X 4 1/2" D X 6" H ( medium ), 4 3/4" W X 3 1/4" D X 4" H ( small ). The 3 pitchers are in excellent vintage condition consistent with age and use, and are now being offered here for an excellent price.
- Pottery Barn Scarlett PitcherAn authentic artisan look and feel distinguishes our Scarlett Dinnerware collection. The debossed paisley pattern is colored in the recessed areas, giving the glazed stoneware soft texture and visual depth. Pair the pitcher with other pieces in the collection for a coordinated tablescape, or complement it with solid dinnerware for added interest. DETAILS YOU'LL APPRECIATE Made of stoneware. Features a glazed finish. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Dishwasher safe Imported.
- Pottery Barn PB Classic Outdoor PitcherWith its classic shape and glass-like appearance, this unbreakable drink pitcher also makes an attractive flower vase. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Made of acrylic. Top rack dishwasher-safe. Pitcher: 7.75" wide x 7" deep x 8.5" high MONOGRAM DETAILS Monogramming is available for an additional charge.
- Royal Blue Beswick PitcherRare large blue BESWICK PITCHER from the J.W. Beswick Pottery Company founded in 1892 in Longton, Stoke-On-Trent, England, with original sticker. Royal Blue Palm Designs were introduced in the 1930's - early 1940's, - gorgeous piece... color is so vibrant, a great collectors piece. MODEL # 1067
- Zentique Single Handle Pottery PitcherThe potter's hands left their individual mark on each Single Handle Pottery Pitcher, a ceramic vessel which makes a lovely casual vase or a perfect finish for that vintage washstand. With a sculpted handle formed into an arch of twisted ropes, the glazed ceramic pitcher reflects every possibility of color in its grey glaze, exhibiting the deep and rich effects you can achieve with accents even in theoretically neutral hues.
- Pottery Barn Gabriella Straight-Sided PitcherThe fine detail of 18th-century European ceramics is echoed in our stoneware pitcher. It's embellished with an elegantly coiled handle and hand-applied ridging detail, and its new burnished-gold finish brightens the table with autumnal hues. DETAILS YOU'LL APPRECIATE Hand made of stoneware. Features a glazed finish with rubbed edges. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Made in Portugal. Microwave- and dishwasher-safe.
- Antique Arts and Crafts English Pottery PitcherA lovely antique arts and crafts English pottery pitcher, dating circa 1900. Beautiful swans and lilies adorn the sides of the piece. There are a few glaze skips to the handle, and some very small chips or "flea bites" as they are called, to the bottom edge of the piece. Signed LK with a lion. Would look fabulous on top of your mission dining room table!
- Terracotta Red Glazed Containers - Set of 4A set of four, vintage, 1930's hand formed vessels of Canadian Pottery, two smaller milk jug like vessels, with a raised relief maple leaf symbol, while one larger jug, or pitcher with a circular finger handle, and a smaller creamer with an extended v-shaped handle, all in salt glaze finish, in a strong fire engine red with black intermittent glazing. Small milk-like vessels with leaves dimensions; 3"W x 3" D x 6.75"H. Small creamer, pourer vessel; 4"W x 4"D x 5.75"H. One of the small jugs with the leaf has a chip to lip, while all others in excellent condition.
- Pottery Barn Santino/Casa Recycled Glass PitcherIn Mexico, margaritas are served from pitchers like these. Great for other refreshments as well, they're hand blown using recycled glass. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Made from recycled Coca-Cola bottled glass. To learn more about our environmental commitment click here. Do not use with hot liquids. Made in Mexico. MONOGRAM DETAILS Monogramming is available at an additional charge. Monogram will be centered on the side of the pitcher.
- Vintage Schafer & Vater Queen Elizabeth I PitcherLovely, vintage Schafer & Vater Jasperware small green pitcher with white slip decoration of Queen Elizabeth the 1st. Based in Germany, they were known for their small ceramic items. Gustav Schaefer and Guenther Vater founded the Schaefer & Vater Porcelain Factory in Volkstedt Rudolstad, Thuringa, Germany in 1890. Their aim was to make high quality porcelain. In 1896 the business had sufficiently grown to purchase the List Porcelain Factory at Neuhaus. By 1910 the American firm of Sears Roebuck & Company had begun to import and distribute Schafer & Vater pottery into the United States. The aim of Schafer & Vater was to produce a wide range of hard paste porcelain and was to include luxury items, figurines, and dolls' heads. They also produced soft paste porcelain in bisque items and Majolica and Jasperware were other produce lines. They produced many figural liquor bottles for distribution by pubs. In 1913 Paul Schafer had taken over from his father and, working alongside Gunther Vater, built up a successful workforce of around 200 people, using 3 kilns. They advertised the manufacture of porcelain dolls' heads. In 1918 the factory was destroyed by fire and they set up a new factory to resume production. The firm closed in 1962 and it is reported that in 1972 the East German government assumed full control of the vacant factory and their records and moulds were destroyed. Schafer & Vater were better known for their comical and figural items. They manufactured these in teapots, jugs, creamers, bottles, match strikers, and planters, with a backstamp impressed with a crown above an 'R' in a star. 'Made in Germany' was sometimes stamped in black. The firm used a light blue glaze applied directly to the porcelain. A hallmark of this pottery is the fine texture of the clay used in production. Mined locally, it was rich with kaolin and this resulted in a product with a velvety texture and very fine grain. Schafer and Vater's range was wide. The company was an authorized manufacturer of Rose O'Neill Kewpies However, certain Schafer & Vater pieces can be found without any stamps or reference to their origin. Connoisseurs will recognize them, though, due to their characteristic and unique craftsmanship and design. This piece would be a nice surprise tucked into any vignette or corner.
- Sophie Conran for Portmeirion 3-Pint Large PitcherAmazing in style and functionality, this graceful 3-pint pitcher will serve any beverage with great charm. designed by British foodie Sophie Conran perfect for serving iced tea, water, lemonade and so many of your other favorites microwave and freezer safe rippled texture and tapered rim give it the look of hand-thrown pottery 3-pint (48-ounce) capcity Porcelain. Measures 8?"H. Dishwasher safe. Imported.
- Russell Wright Seafoam Green PitcherRussell Wright mid century modern Steubenville seafoam green pitcher. This is a very nice example of Russell Wright pottery by Steubenville during the 1950's, very modern, even futuristic. The piece is in beautiful condition with no chips, cracks or repairs though there is a spot where the green is a little lighter in color and there are a couple flea bites. 3-4 pounds, holds up to 72oz.
- Pottery Barn Solano Martini PitcherCarefully crafted of high-quality glass, our beautiful Solano Pitcher adds a refined look to entertaining. It comes with its own glass wand, for those who prefer their martinis stirred rather than shaken. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Made of handblown, high-quality glass. Do not use with hot liquids. MONOGRAM DETAILS Monogramming is available at an additional charge. Monogram will be centered on the side of the pitcher.
- HomArt Summerland Ceramic PitcherIts appearance suggests the artisanal beauty of hand thrown pottery crafted in the picturesque hamlets of Vermont. Ample in size, the Summerland Ceramic Pitcher is fashioned from ceramic with fresh cream coloration. The gentle asymmetry of the rim and pouring spout complement the handmade aesthetic of the piece. A refreshing addition to a kitchen sideboard, a dining room farm table, or the serveware displayed in a breakfast alcove.
- Tonala Polychromed Ceramic JarTonalá in Jalisco, México is one of the most important regions where ceramists and artisans create unique pieces and magnifique ceramic work. "Eleven different styles of pottery are practiced in Tonala, from majolica to black sgraffito and ornately glazed highfire, perhaps the most spectacular, unique and ancient is the polychrome burnishware." "This small town on the edge of Guadalajara is an absolute goldmine of potters and pottery and has been an important pottery center going back 3,000 years. When the Spanish Conquistadors arrived on the scene in 1530 they promptly named Tonala the “Factory of Paganism" as it was then a center of production for the clay idols worshipped in surrounding villages. It still produces clay items worthy of worship, and that, in a nutshell, is what this tour is about".
- Large Mid-Century Italian Pottery PitcherBeautiful large pitcher. This one is sgraffito decorated in blue, rustic red, dark green and yellow. Likely Italian in origin. In good condition, a couple of glaze skips to the very outer rim, as shown. Perfect for your mid century modern table top!
- Pottery Barn Antique Silver Sentiment PitcherVintage serveware that's been passed down for generations inspired these heirloom-quality essentials for entertaining. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Crafted of stainless steel. Features an antique finish. Silver plating mimics the warm look of pieces that have received years of polish and care.
- 1930s Coffee or Tea Carafe, Vintage PotteryOffering an outstanding example of 1930s pottery. A handmade pottery carafe, perfect for keeping tea or coffee warm. The original lid is present and the entire set is in original excellent condition. Beautiful warm orangish brown tones give this piece a perfect Autumn feel. Excellent pitcher to have at the table. Black light tested to check for flaws. None were found. There are no chips, no cracks, no crazing and no repairs. Measures 11 1/2 inches high x 4 1/2 inches wide. Guaranteed vintage and authentic.
- Simon Pearce Belmont Pottery PitchersThis pitcher is ideal for pouring water, juices, or even cream for your coffee, and it is versatile enough to enhance any table, whether formally or casually set. Handcrafted by master potters. Created with the finest materials. Ageless and familiar design with singular spout shape. Match with our other Belmont pieces for a set. Belmont Pitcher (L): H10 1/2" W7 1/4" 112oz Belmont Pitcher (M): H7 1/2" W5 1/4" 42oz.
- Puerto Rican Pottery Mid-Century Blue PitcherPuerto Rican Pottery operated from 1948–1966 in Santurce, Puerto Rico. It was associated with and managed by master potter and ceramicist Hal Lasky. Pieces were pressed not thrown, and each piece was individually designed, painted and wood-fired. Matte glazes were used to more thoroughly reveal the sculptural "carving" technique. The pieces were shaped and designed with the intent of reflecting artistically the best traditions of Puerto Rican culture and history.
- 50's Aldermaston Geoffrey Eastop Pottery PitcherThis is a beautiful piece of art pottery! It is a pitcher form, with geometric and botanical motif and a gloss glaze. It is signed on the bottom "AE". Made for Aldermaston by Geoffrey Eastop. Circa mid-late 50's. It is in excellent condition with only minor signs of age. Sure to make a wonderful addition to any collection! Measures 9.5" tall, 7" wide, 7" deep, and 5" across the bottom.
- McCoy USA Vintage Drip Glaze Pitchers - Set of 3These three vintage pitchers will make a great addition to your kitchen and dinnerware collection! They are McCoy USA brown drip glaze dinnerware from the 50s-60s. They are usable and in great condition, perfect for serving cream or individual coffee and teas. Includes three pieces with beautiful natural variation in shape and glaze. 1 fancy handle pitcher marked "7528 McCoy USA": 5.25 diameter, 6.25 with handle, 5.5 tall 2 matching style simple pitchers marked "USA": 3.5 diameter, 5.5 with handle, 5.25 tall *Other dimensions given represent box size. See more vintage brown drip glaze pottery from this seller!
- Roseville USA Brown Drip Glaze Jar & PitcherThese pieces of Roseville pottery are beautiful, functional works of art. The oversized jar and pitcher feature the classic Brown Drip Glaza. Real vintage Roseville dinnerware of the vintage '40-50s style are usable and in great condition. The pitcher is perfect for serving hot or cold cider, coffee and tea. The jar, is the traditionally 2 handled" bean pot", but would also makes a great cookie jar. You'll love using these and having them on display in your home! Measurements: Jar with lid: 9"L, 8"D, 7.5"H "Roseville" Pitcher: 6"L, 5"D, 7.75"H "Roseville 0 USA RRP CO"
- Pottery Barn Napoli Handtcrafted Ceramic PitcherThis simple pitcher transitions easily from serving juice at brunch to ice water at dinner. It's made on a potter's wheel by Italian artists and hand finished with a lustrous glaze. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Handcrafted in Italy of glazed white ceramic. Hand wash.
- A. Londi Style Art Pottery PitcherAlberto Londi style white pitcher with a geometric and patchwork painted enameled design. Really beautiful Mid Century Modern art pottery. The bottom is marked "Italy 740 (or 760)/10/53" but it isn't signed. It is very similar to A. Londi work for Raymor. This is a statement piece and would provide a wonderful vintage feel to any MCM design while still maintaining an elegant aesthetic. This piece has a raised stucco type feel. We did not find any cracks, chips or breaks; in very good+ vintage condition.
- 1930s Oxford Ware Pottery SetA 1930s Oxford Ware refrigerator pottery water pitcher with a cork stopper, and a covered butter dish in beautiful vintage condition. Made in the USA, it's in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Water pitcher measures: 7" x 3" x 7.5" Butter dish measures: 6.5" x 4" x 3.5"
- Pottery Barn PB Basic PitcherOur PB Basic Pitcher is both useful in the kitchen and beautiful on the table. The wide-open top of the sculptural design makes mixing easy and the narrowed lip pours neatly. KEY PRODUCT POINTS Made of hand blown glass. Do not use with hot liquids. Pitcher: 8.5" wide x 7" high MONOGRAM DETAILS Monogramming is available at an additional charge. Monogram will be centered on the side of the pitcher.
- 11 Piece Atomic Green Studio Art PotteryThis Mid-century, California Studio art pottery set features a vivid, green hue and includes a carafe and six cups. This quirky set it hand-finished, and hand glazed with an unknown maker. Shape, glaze, appearance and color and style suggests 1930 - 1940's California, Condition: No cracks or damage; faint crazing. Original production glaze pips, pops, skips and rough spots consistent with a hand made pottery item with age. Each piece is solid feel without feeling overly heavy. The shape of the Carafe/Pitcher suggests there was a base or stand with this set but no further information or similar images have been found. As is. Measurements approx. (1) Carafe/Pitcher is 7 " deep by 7" high by 6.5" across. Weight: 2 lbs 4 oz . (6) Each cup is 2.5 " high by 3" across or 4" across including handle. Weight 5 oz , (3) small individual bud or creamers are 2.5" high weight 3 oz. plus (1) odd little dish.
- Mid-Century Black Bird Art Pottery PitcherThis oh-so-classy Mid-Century modern 1950s black bird art pottery pitcher by Shawnee for Kenwood is a real stunner! With sleek, modern lines and a high gloss black finish and understated off-white lid, this pitcher is perfect for serving beverages, and gorgeous enough to display and admire. The bottom is marked Kenwood, USA. In fantastic condition, with no chips, cracks, or repairs.
- French Yellow Glazed Pottery PitcherA beautiful yellow glaze pitcher from Poterie Ravel in Aubagne, France. The poterie was started in 1837 and is still producing beautiful pots. This vessel has the Ravel marking. The pitcher interior has a lovely finish in brown and yellow glaze. It's a real charmer.
- Southern Alabama Folk Art Pottery PitcherUnsigned pottery folk art pitcher from Sandtown, Alabama. Identification determined by the wonderful ringing sound the pitcher makes when flicked due to the large amount of silica sand in the clay in that area. In very good condition with a small glaze loss inside lip. 4" W x 6.25" H.