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SOLD 1828 Lustre Pitcher

      

  
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Ceramics<br>19th Century<br>SOLD  1828 Lustre Pitcher
This lovely pink lustre piece was made for John Dobson in 1828. One side has the farmer's arm , depicting many farm tools as well as a bottle of wine, a punch bowl, pipes and wine glasses in the center. On the right is a farmer's wife churning butter and on the left is the farmer himself with a shovel and an axe. The banner beneath the pcitures says "Success to the Farmer / The Husbandmans diligence provides bread." Beneath this are sheep, a cow and a horse.
The reverse side has a verse about how great it is to be a farmer and all of the advantages there are to this way of life.
In exccellent condition, and 6" tall.
$875.00   SOLD  
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Ceramics<br>19th Century<br>SOLD  1828 Lustre Pitcher
Ceramics<br>19th Century<br>SOLD  1828 Lustre Pitcher
Ceramics<br>19th Century<br>SOLD  1828 Lustre Pitcher
Ceramics<br>19th Century<br>SOLD  1828 Lustre Pitcher
Ceramics<br>19th Century<br>SOLD  1828 Lustre Pitcher

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