Also Called :

Cream Pitchers, Creamers, Milk Pitchers

Rarity :

Rare/Very Rare

Age :

Early to mid 19th Century

Price Range :

Rare Small: $250.-350. Very Rare Large: $700.-$900.

Dimensions :

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4 7/8″ diameter x 6 5/8″ high

4″ diameter x 5 3/8″ high

3 7/8 diameter x 5 3/8″ high

Weight :

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1 lb. 15 oz.———-15 oz.———-1 lb. 2 oz.

Provenance :

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R. C. Bowen, Boston, MA-1984

Availability :


Description: For use as either cream, milk or water pitchers these octagonal paneled pitchers are very nicely decorated. Note the 7 molded arrows with scrolls on the largest pitcher and plainer arrows on the smaller ones. Also, the 8 rim scallops on each one, the molded ribbing below the spouts and the unusual shaped handles that do not appear on any other Canton forms. The large pitcher is outstanding in its decoration and color and would thus command a premium price not only because of its very rare status. All the bottoms are octagonal and glazed.

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