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Reproduction earthenware salt glaze pitcher; gray with blue band and leaf design. Made in Wlliamsburg, VA. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

Porcelain pitcher molded with rococo scrolls around the mouth and spout, and around the transfer printed designs on either side. Gilding on edge of mouth worn in places. Gilding worn away on handle...

Blue & white pitcher with image of the Old Stone Mill on each side. Caption: "Old Stone Mill Newport, RI", "The Adams/Series/Souvenir/W. Adams & Sons/Tunstall/England/Established 1657", "Ma...

Ironstone pitcher commemorating the Battle of Lake Erie; black decals of the battle and of a sailor sitting on the shore, each with appropriate legends. Continental drummer on the bottom. Commorate...

Pitcher (vessel)
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type ceramic pitcher; black transfer-printed emblem of arms of the U.S. on one side; U.S. Bark on the other and a short verse under spout.

Pitcher (vessel)
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type pitcher with black transfer-printed image of Capt. Jacob Nicholas Jones and Oliver Perry; pink luster trim.

Liverpool type Earthenware pitcher which has three black transfer printed Masonic emblems on front, back, and under spout. Once owned by Miss M.E. Powel.

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Pitcher (vessel)
circa 1725 – 1750

Brown and tan colored earthenware pitcher; raised designs cover the outside: two men, two dogs, two trees, man seated near a tavern, man smoking and holding a goblet, three running dogs, boy on roc...

White background; pink and yellow floral design; pink buds; green leaves. Made in France. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

Pitcher (vessel)
1700 – 1750

Tin-glazed Earthenware ("delft") pitcher with light blue-grey glaze over which bright blue floral design is painted; pewter cover is missing.

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