This stunning antique white porcelain pitcher is a real show stopper. Beautifully decorated with rope-like embellishment on both sides near the shapely handle, the large pitcher is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, though there is some crazing typical of the time period and material (semi-vitrious softpaste porcelain). Made by the Crescent Pottery Company of Trenton, NJ under the name Cook and Hancock, the Early American pitcher dates to the period between 1881-1907. The gorgeous pitcher stands an impressive 9 inches tall and measures 10 inches from handle to spout. The round base is 5 inches in diameter. Stamped Cook and Hancock on the bottom, with what looks like a fox logo and the words “Warranted” and “Copyrgt”. There is some discoloration to the bottom of the pitcher both inside and out, and one tiny spot of yellowish discoloration on one side. Otherwise in incredible condition for its age. Absolutely lovely holding tall flowers or branches in a rustic or farmhouse kitchen.
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