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ROCKINGHAM BENNINGTON PITCHER, Large, antique earthenware pitcher from the 19th century features nautical design on both sides, anchor.

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Dark brown pitcher probably intended to be used for beer or ale. Sometimes called yellow ware because of the light under glaze. This one has a colonial shape and decoration of an anchor and chain on both sides. The design is in relief and their is also a frond patter running below the spout. The bottom and part of the base are unglazed.

This item has a shiny glaze and is in Excellent Condition. I bought it from a dealer so I have left his tag on the bottom for identification purposes.

The famous brown earthenware glaze discovered by Rockingham, in early 19th century England, was widely imitated by others and made its way across the Atlantic to be used on many decorative and utilitarian pieces from a variety of U.S. potteries. The most famous of these was at Bennington, Vermont. The name Rockingham is often used in the U.S. to describe this kind of pottery.

Details;
Height 8"
Width: 7-1/4" (incl spout and handle)
Base: 4-1/4" x 5"

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Dark brown pitcher probably intended to be used for beer or ale. Sometimes called yellow ware because of the light under glaze. This one has a colonial shape and decoration of an anchor and chain on both sides. The design is in relief and their is also a frond patter running below the spout. The bottom and part of the base are unglazed.

This item has a shiny glaze and is in Excellent Condition. I bought it from a dealer so I have left his tag on the bottom for identification purposes.

The famous brown earthenware glaze discovered by Rockingham, in early 19th century England, was widely imitated by others and made its way across the Atlantic to be used on many decorative and utilitarian pieces from a variety of U.S. potteries. The most famous of these was at Bennington, Vermont. The name Rockingham is often used in the U.S. to describe this kind of pottery.

Details;
Height 8"
Width: 7-1/4" (incl spout and handle)
Base: 4-1/4" x 5"

Thank you for visiting Jewel Box and Attic.

To see more vintage pottery in my shop, please click the link below.
https://www.etsy.com/shop/JewelBoxAndAttic?section_id=15574638

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ROCKINGHAM BENNINGTON PITCHER, Large, antique earthenware pitcher from the 19th century features nautical design on both sides, anchor.

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Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Height: 8 Inches
  • Materials: Clay, Glaze
  • Favorited by: 117 people
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