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    Posted 9 years ago

    martini823
    (2 items)

    Found in a thrift shop, this very pretty split handle, drip glazed little pitcher looks like a creamer but could be for honey or syrup. It's only about 5 1/2 tall and about 4 1/4 in diameter" tall - has #665 on bottom - no other markings -

    Can any of you fine people help me identify it? I love the colors and would love to find more pieces if they exist! Thanks!

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    1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 9 years ago
      weird here is a blue one
      http://www.epier.com/product.asp?256521
    2. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 9 years ago
      I found similar one's that are Dryden pottery
    3. martini823 martini823, 9 years ago
      Gee, thanks for your input! I listed something on this site almost a year ago and never got ANY response! Will check into Dryden cause I really love this little guy!
    4. Ilikeart Ilikeart, 9 years ago
      I like it. It makes a real beauty statement.
    5. funforager, 1 year ago
      I had seen this shape used by Purinton pottery in the past and was fascinated by it.They called it a honey jar.Recently a friend brought me 2 of these because she thought it matched one of the dinnerware sets I collect.And I'm thrilled that it does.There are so many different brown drip out there,but the glaze of Harker 's Quakermaid has just a touch of mint green in the drip like this.The Hulls' brown drip seems lighter /whiter in color. It does seem confusing because I have seen the green tinged drip attributed to Cannonsburg Rawhide in the past as well, but several of my pieces do have the Quakermaid backstamps.

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