Rare and Important Tucker Porcelain Pitcher, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1832-1838

July 20, 2019 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 76

Price Realized: $944.00

($800 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Rare and Important Porcelain Presentation Pitcher, Tucker Factory, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1826-1838, molded, ovoid-bodied pitcher with lobed sides, scalloped rim, pronounced spout, and ornamental handle; decorated on each side with a polychrome floral spray and throughout with various gilded designs including lyres on each side of the collar and stars at the base of the handle. Front with gilded script initials, "WC." within a wreath. Handle broken and reglued. Tight hairlines to base area, one of which extends to midsection. H 8 3/8".


Rare and Important Tucker Porcelain Pitcher, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1832-1838Rare and Important Tucker Porcelain Pitcher, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1832-1838Rare and Important Tucker Porcelain Pitcher, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1832-1838Rare and Important Tucker Porcelain Pitcher, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1832-1838

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