Florence Griswold Museum; Gift of the Old Lyme-Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library, from the Evelyn MacCurdy Salisbury Ceramics Collection
An English stoneware pitcher made from a type of black stoneware known as basalt. It has a pear-shaped body and a round foot. The lower portion of the body is ribbed and the spout has relief decoration. : Black basalt with engine-turned vertical ribs, press-molded handle and snip, footed baluster. Lacking lid.
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