WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED TANWARE CREAM PITCHER, approximately one-pint capacity, truncated ovoid form with high neck and delicate strap handle. Brushed Albany-slip spitting-tulip and undulating vine decoration to body, additional dots to shoulder, leaves to neck, and stripe at base. Probably New Geneva, PA. Circa 1880. 6 1/2" H, 3 1/4" D rim. Provenance: The collection of Ronnie and Neal Kite of Esmont, VA.
Undamaged except for a minute flake to spout and glaze flake to lower edge of base.