Large Antique Brush McCoy Pottery Pitcher - Brown Woodland "Avenue of Trees" Dark Brown Glaze c.1912-1918
Product Description: Just shy of 9” tall, this early, large pitcher with a double-sided embossed scene of a tree-lined street or path covered in a lovely, high-gloss chocolate brown glaze. This heavy pitcher weighing over 5 pounds is believed to be Brush-McCoy Brown Woodland, “Avenue of Trees”, although this size pitcher is larger than most seen. No markings are present on this early piece. Displays beautifully with its high-gloss glaze!
Overall Height: 8 3/4”
Width of Top Opening: 6 1/2"
Product Weight: 5 pounds 3 ounces
Markings: No markings. Not uncommon for early McCoy pottery not to be marked.
Colors: Dark Brown
Condition: Previously owned – used. Good condition with no cracks or repairs. Minor wear or areas of roughness on lip. Small missing glaze spot, nick in center of one side of pattern (as shown). Bottom base shows wear (as shown).
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