Quite possibly one of the prettiest ironstone pitchers we have had. The overall shape combined with the flowing lines of the pattern create a pleasing palette. Set off by the scrolls on the wide band encircling the spout and punctuating the handle. Measuring 11.5" high and 8.5" from spout to handle, it is a wonderful tall pitcher which can be classified by some as a ewer.
Impressed on the bottom with the maker's mark, E. Pearson. Pattern is called "Mississippi Shape" and was produced by Pearson in limited quantity in the mid-1850's. Other potters made a pattern similar to the is, and it is known as "Baltic Shape."
Beautiful crisp pattern with the early true white. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. A stunning piece which would be perfect to grace a foyer table or become the newest addition to a pitcher or ironstone collection.Dimensions:
Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs.Circa:
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