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STONEWARE PITCHER - Early American Stoneware
© THOMASTON PLACE AUCTIONS, Thomaston, Maine, USA

STONEWARE PITCHER - Early American Stoneware Pitcher marked '1/2' inside a freehand sunflower over grey glaze with brown interior 7 3/4'' tall 5 1/2''...

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