AMERICAN ROCKINGHAM-GLAZED POTTERY JUGS / PITCHERS, LOT OF FIVE, each with mottled brown glaze and embossed decorations, comprising two examples with tulip design, one example with berry motif, and two examples with panel form body including one with oak branch design below rim and along handle including acorns, and one having acanthus leaf and scroll decoration to lower body. Unmarked. Second half 19th century. 4 5/8" to 8" HOA.
Two undamaged; berry example having faint radial hairline to base that does not appear to go through to interior and a flake below bottom handle terminus; one tulip example having flake to spout interior and two rim hairlines; acanthus leaf and scroll example with minor rim chip and a flake to top of handle.
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From the William D. Annable estate, Oberlin, OH.