SOLD! for $116.00.
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Four silver and copper lusterware pitchers, each with central mulberry or purple transferware vignette, unmarked. 1st item: silver lusterware pitcher with scene (possibly bat printed) depicting children at play on one side, maiden with boy picking a flower on reverse. Scattered edge wear, old repair to foot ring, hairline crack. 5-1/2"H. 2nd item: silver lustreware pitcher with scene (possibly bat printed) of maiden sitting in a garden reading (same image both sides, one darker than other). Chip to spout, minimal light crazing and scratching, light discoloration near foot ring. 5-1/2" H. 3rd item: Copper luster cream pitcher with transfer decorated scene of a shepherdess and her sheep inside a yellow band (same on both sides) and beaded edges. Minor wear and slight edge chips. 4-3/4"H. 4th item: Copper lustre cream pitcher with transfer decorated scene of a mother and child reading in a landscape on one side and boy with swimming dog on the reverse, joined by a yellow band with sprig decorations. Beaded edges. Light edge wear and scratching. 4-3/4"H. All English, mid 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, TN. Condition: See item description.