- Dimensions: 4.5" high x 5" wide with handle, 3" base diameter
- A beautiful example of mochaware pottery in a rare shape and scale, with an especially unique handle.
- Originally used in taverns, mochaware was first produced in England in the late 1700's and imported to America in the early 19th century. Since its inception, it has been beloved for its practicality and day-to-day durability.
- Mochaware’s dendritic pattern is created by dripping an acidic solution on the wet slip of the pottery. The resulting reaction creates the abstract designs we love, reminiscent of a sea fan, seaweed, or sprawling tree limbs.
- In recent years, the craze for this pottery has skyrocketed and its signature motifs and color combinations have become iconic.
- Today these decorative objects make beautiful desk accessories, ideal vases, and extraordinary objets d’art.
- This pitcher is in very good antique condition, showing signs of wear consistent with age and use. Please see our detailed photos.
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