American Furniture & Decorative Arts
William Cullen Bryant Associated Mocha-decorated Pearlware Jug, attributed to Wood & Caldwell, Burslem, Staffordshire, England, c. 1800, baluster form banded in blue and orange with black-inlaid slip engine-turned ovals, the strap handle with foliate terminals, the bottom with attached 1900 paper label reading: "This pitcher was/[re]tained of D.C. Brya[nt]/Portland Me (July 1900)/Descendant of William Cullen/Bryant. D.C. Bryant sa[id]/that the pitcher came from the/William Cullen Bryant household/at Long Island N.Y.," ht. 8 3/4 in.
No obvious chips, cracks, or evidence of repair.
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