Molded stoneware hexagonal pitcher with raised eagle decoration around the rim and body, most likely Woodbridge or Jersey City, New Jersey. Dark Albany slip glaze. An identical example is illustrated in the book American Stoneware by William C. Ketchum, Jr., pg. 80. 10" H. Circa 1840 – 1850. Condition: Several chips to rim. Some shallow chips to body.
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