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Brush McCoy Majolica corn pitcher (c 1910) - Selective Salvage
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Brush McCoy Majolica corn pitcher (c 1910)

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Offering an classic Brush McCoy corn pitcher in the "Corn and Shucks" pattern.  Marked "44" on the bottom. Measures 6" tall. Age appropriate usage wear, with two hairline cracks running through the corn pattern. The pitcher remains sold despite the cracks but the price reflects the condition 

  • Majolica pitcher manufactured by the Brush McCoy co.
  • The classic "Corn and Shucks" pattern
  • Mellow green and gold glazed finish 
  • Circa 1910

CONDITION: Good for its age. Two hairline cracks as shown in the last photo. They are not visible unless you know they are there. Minor loss of green glaze on the opposite side. Price reflects the condition. 

SPECIFICS:

Material:  Ceramic

Measures: 6" tall x 5" wide from the lip to the handle

 

NOTE: Because this is a vintage item, it carries the markers of age you would expect to see. Please review the photos carefully & ask questions because we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.

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