Antique White Ironstone Pitcher, Crescent Pottery Trenton New Jersey c. 1899-1902
Description: During the Victorian era, ironstone pitchers and basins were commonly seen in most homes. This beautiful, crisp, white ironstone pitcher by Crescent Pottery, Trenton, N.J. stands 9 3/4” tall just under 4 pounds with a simple yet elegant shape. It features a smooth, white surface with a simple rope motif on each side of the handle. What makes this one special is the wide body and mouth of the pitcher. Although this pitcher does have a nick and discoloration under the spout, it still is crisp , fresh and functional!
Care: Hand wash soap and water only.
Capacity: 13 cups (104 fl oz.)
Height: 9 ¾” (highest point at spout)
Width: 10” (end of handle to end of spout)
Width Opening: 7 ¼” x 4 ½”
Oval Footed Base: 5 ½” x 4 ½”
Product Weight: 3 pounds 11 ounces
Markings: The globe mark with: Lion, Unicorn, Bird and Globe with CRESCENT and unreadable “Warranted” mark below.
Style: French Country, Farmhouse, English Traditional
Maker: Crescent Pottery Co., Formed by Charles H. Cook and W.S. Hancock
Origin: Trenton, N.J., U.S.A.
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Handle and rim are smooth. A bump on neck, under spout has caused a nick surrounded by a discoloration (1/2" x 1/4") as shown. Areas of light crazing, mostly on bottom base. A line of discoloration/stain on inside base (as shown).
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