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    Posted 10 years ago

    Rtowns8684
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    This pitcher is unmarked, looks like it may have been marked at one time and has wore off over the years. Seems very old. Could it be McCoy? Approximately 4 3/4" tall

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    Comments

    1. art.pottery, 10 years ago
      Not McCoy. Possibly Zanesville Stoneware Co.
    2. sarahoff sarahoff, 10 years ago
      I was thinking it was Zanesville as well, but the glazed base keeps throwing me off.
    3. Rtowns8684 Rtowns8684, 10 years ago
      what shape is this? I don't think it's creamer? too small for pitcher?
    4. Rtowns8684 Rtowns8684, 10 years ago
      Could it possibly be Uhl?
    5. art.pottery, 10 years ago
      No, definitely not Uhl. Both Uhl and ZSC made this type of jug, but the bases, clay color and glazes were very different. They were made for companies that then resold them filled with things such as honey, liqueurs, flavored vinegars & salad dressings.
    6. Rtowns8684 Rtowns8684, 10 years ago
      The base is definitely glazed, which is what hame scratching my head.

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