Antique Majolica Pottery Ear of Corn Pitcher Etruscan Phoenixville PA 1860 8.5”H
We are offering an antique 1860-1880's majolica pitcher, Etruscan Griffin, Smith & Hill, PA, measuring about 8.5” tall, 6.5” wide, and 3.75” in diameter at the base.
This piece is designed to look like an ear of corn, with yellow kernels and green leaves, and the inside is a delicate pink.
This piece is the perfect addition to any collection.
Very good condition with no cracks or chips. There is some crazing across the entire piece, but it is to be expected with it’s age, the bright colors help to disguise it.