More Than McCoy

Circa: 1900's
Manufacturer: Roseville Pottery
Awesome antique brown spongeware pitcher. c:1880's to 1900's. I am confident it is Roseville Cornelian, but it is possible it could be Morton Pottery. It has some gold near the top rim edge and raised leaves and poppy? flowers. The gold is under the glaze. The only company I know that made them with gold was Roseville and Morton. This beautiful old pitcher has crazing and a few glaze pops and tiny glaze separation lines, (that happens during firing, especially on old pottery like this). It stands 7.5 tall x 4.5 wide x 19 inches around body. The bottom rim has some teensy old smooth chippies, nothing major; it stands fine and they are only noticeable if you turn it upside down and inspect closely. This might be a hand formed piece; it looks like there are ridges on the interior. It is a very unique antique piece of sponged pottery. 11/11smc

Antique Spongeware Pitcher Roseville?

  • Your price: $120.00
  • Item Number: spongepitcher110211
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