$85 · Antique Robinson Ransbottom art pottery green pitcher
This antique Robinson Ransbottom art pottery green pitcher was made in Roseville, Ohio in the early 1900's. The earthenware pitcher features an embossed image of a woman playing a lyre, flanked by two floral columns. The same image appears on both the front and back. The top and bottom has an embossed diamond-shaped image around the circumference. Although the base is not marked, this is a well known design attributed to Robinson Ransbottom. The large size of this pitcher means that it was likely designed to be a batter jug for making and storing bread and pancake batter.
Height: 8 1/2″ (22 cm)
Top Diameter: 4 3/4″ (12 cm)
Width from spout to handle: 8″ (20 cm)
Holds just under 2 litres (1.6 quarts)
Some inconsistencies in the glaze during manufacturing. This is not considered damage but is more a reflection of the style of art pottery. There is one pea sized flea bite at the bottom base, on the side of the handle. Please see the last photo for details. Otherwise, the pitcher is in excellent condition with no cracks or crazing.
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|Posted||October 06, 2017|
|Renewed||March 11, 2018|
|Expiry||April 10, 2018|