SOLD! for $64.00.
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Two (2) 19th century copper lustre pitchers and four (4) pieces of decorative glassware, 6 items total. 1st item: Large copper lustreware pitcher with blue band to the neck with applied copper geometric design, ribbed body and leaf handle and spout. 7 1/2" H. 2nd item: Copper lustre pitcher with brown band around the body with raised enamel painted floral decoration. 6 1/2" H. Both pitchers 19th century. 3rd-6th items: Grouping of four (4) 19th and 20th century decorative glass items including a colorless pressed glass whale oil lamp, a cobalt blown glass cruet, a cobalt blown glass small pitcher with colorless glass handle and a blown art glass perfume bottle with encased floral decoration to the bottle and stopper. Ranging in size from 5 7/8" H to 7 7/8" H. Provenance: The estate of Charles K. Davis, Jr., Nashville, Tennessee, by descent from his father, Charles K. Davis of Fairfield, CT. Copper lustre jugs purchased from E.B. LaGrange, Wilton, CT. Note: Charles Krum Davis Sr. (1889-1968) was chairman of the Remington Arms Company, and a passionate early collector of Americana. With the help of a few important dealers, primarily Israel Sack, Davis assembled what has been called one of the most important private collections of early Americana. His home was profiled in the Magazine Antiques, January and March, 1941. Much of Mr. Davis Sr.'s collection ultimately went to Winterthur and other museums.
CONDITION: 1st jug overall very good condition. 2nd jug with old repair to handle and losses to enamel paint on floral band. 3rd – 6th items: Whale oil lamp with scattered fleabites to the base, rough pontil that appears to be in the making. Perfume bottle with hairline emanating from mouth into the body. Cobalt pieces overall good condition.