More Than McCoy

Circa: 1920's
Manufacturer: Zanesville Pottery Co.
Antique Zanesville Stoneware hand thrown pottery pitcher. Deep burgundy which I believe the book would call 'mahogany' as opposed to the lighter matte rose. And, because this is a hand thrown item, it indicates it was made early, was higher grade, and these pieces were usually special ordered. The book mentions the 'mahogany' finish on pg. 28 of J. Rans book and on pg. 152 and 157 Catalog #4. This pitcher/vase is shown on pg. 201. It has the yellow clay glazed bottom with incised mark: D 11 which corresponds to the book mark. It stands 8.25 tall. It has a couple tiny spots of clay waste; and tiny rough spot on the top rim edge, and couple of pinpops; see all photos. Overall condition is very nice. A great piece of antique American made pottery for your arts & crafts collection! Final markdown. 10/14

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