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Redware water or milk pitcher made by Jacob Medinger of Limerick Township, Montgomery County, PA circa 1920. The Medinger Pottery was founded by Jacob's father William in 1872 and remained operational until Jacob's kiln related death in 1932. Exceptional form and glaze with the signature Medinger ribbed handle and coggled rim, neck and shoulder. A really good and somewhat rare example of Medinger pottery. Height - 11 1/2".

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Lovebirds and bunting pitcher

Birds and Bunting Pitcher. $26.92 USD via Ninainvorm on Etsy.

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Remmey Stoneware Pitcher One gallon stoneware water pitcher attributed to the Richard C. Remmey factory of Philadelphia, PA. Excellent contrast between the crisp dark blue slip and the light gray clay. There has been a professional repair to a 3/4" chip on the base rim. Otherwise, the condition is exceptional. Circa 1880. Height - 10".

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Victorian Salt Glaze Pitcher Creamware Jug Relief Mould Antique

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A. R. Cole Redware Jar Large redware jar with fabulous polychrome glaze made by Arthur Ray Cole (1892-1974) in his Rainbow Pottery in Sanford, North Carolina. A. R. founded the Rainbow Pottery in 1941. This piece dates to the mid 1940's and has the signature Cole three twisted rope handles. This wonderful piece of North Carolina folk pottery is in excellent original condition with no repairs. Height - 18".