Bring some old world soul to your farmhouse kitchen. This large stoneware pitcher from the late 1800s or early 1900s is a stunning example of American Redware. It's both functional and a true showpiece; pieces of this size in such good condition are rare. Redware refers to a utilitarian style of earthenware pottery using clay with a high iron content, which turns reddish-brown when fired.
Dimensions: 11”H x 12” Diameter w handle (mouth 9” diameter)
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