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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916 / Anglo-American pottery : old English china with American views, a manual for collectors
(1899)

Pitchers,   pp. [128]-143


Page 131

ANGLO-AMERICAN POTTERY.
TYPE III. Variety a. This is characterized by a straight,
vertical band, or collar, at the top, of varying width, and
plain, curving handle, similar to that of Type I. The nozzle
is usually slightly curved and outined with raised ornaments.
Pitchers of this type usually have some metallic luster.
Variety b. By cutting off the lower third of this form we have
a squatty pitcher with broader base, as seen in the "Perry"
jug. The nozzle is plain and pointed.
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