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Dutch Pitcher

Posted by debodun (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 27, 11 at 11:06

This small-sized (6.5" tall) pottery pitcher has a transfer pattern of what appears to be several vignettes of Dutch children. There is no marks on the bottom. I wanted to know if someone knows what company might have manufactured this, its approximate age, or any other info. Thanks.

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The color of the glaze reminds me of Pfaltzgraff, but I don't think they ever made pitchers like these. They are really cute.


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Brush and Roseville potteries also did a line of transfer pattern pottery with Dutch Kids on them. Roseville did do a line in blue.......and I have seen a picture of them without the pottery mark and only a pattern number. But these really don't look like either of them, either.


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