Ceramic Pottery Pitcher 1963
Colonial Village Scene
The pitcher is 6.5 to 7 inches tall with a 3.5 inch opening from tip of spout to handle.
There is a raise village scene of men sitting outside a tavern, a man standing over fire in fireplace with mantle, a boy riding a horse across a bridge and a girl running through purple flowers. Encircling above the various scenes are tree boughs with pine cones.
The ornate handle is an arm and hand gripping green leaves.
The is a pedestal base painted a bluish green.
The only marking are the initials A.G. '63. Assuming this is artist.
There are no cracks or chips. As to whether this was the way it was painted, or paint wear is unknown. The pitchers still has a nice shiny glaze.
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