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A pretty addition to an antiques collection, this small ironstone milk pitcher made in Ohio by East Palestine Pottery Co. over 100 years ago, and is ornate and full of chippy charm. It is marked DeSoto designating it’s pattern name, and was produced between 1880 and 1906, when EPP Co. was active. It has lots of evidence of use during its long life, and has multiple stains one large one on body (second photo), and many along the handle (last photo). It also has some minor chips on handle and rim, but there are no cracks, it's still a solid piece. Please see photos for details.

Maker’s Mark: E.P.P.Co DeSoto China
Date: between 1880 and 1906
Condition: As is: It is: Chippy and stained, but no major chips or cracks
Size: Glazed 5” tall at handle, 6” wide from handle to spout
Material: semi-porcelain

Antique Creamy White Ornate and Chippy Small Ironstone Milk Pitcher by East Palestine Pottery Co. Ohio

Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: semi porcelain, antique, Ironstone
  • Feedback: 60 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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