Rockingham Glazed Cavalier in a Window Pitcher, probably Bennett Pottery, Baltimore, 1869-74

July 22, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 591

Price Realized: $118.00

($100 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Rockingham Cavalier-in-Window Pitcher, probably Bennett Pottery, Baltimore, MD, circa 1869-1874, molded pitcher with bull-form spout, decorated on both sides with a relief design of a cavalier in a window, holding a mug and pipe. Design surrounded by ivy with tied sheaf of wheat motif above. Provenance: The Stradlings. Missing lid. Spout chips. Small chips to rim. Missing flange on interior of rim. A small chip to exterior below rim. Some small chips or in-the-firing contact marks to surface. Two short, in-the-firing lines at base, which are glazed over. H 9 1/2".



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