Pitcher or syrup pitcher; Robinson Ransbottom Pottery (1920-2005); after 1920; 2...

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The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

Name/Title

Pitcher or syrup pitcher

About this object

Baluster-shaped molded (i.e., not thrown on a potter's wheel) pitcher with applied handle. Brown glaze with cream-colored speckled glaze around rim and top of handle
“R.R.P. CO. / ROSEVILLE, O. / USA” stamped into bottom
Minor glaze roughness.

Maker

Robinson Ransbottom Pottery (1920-2005)

Date Made

after 1920

Place Made

Roseville, Ohio

Medium and Materials

glazed white earthenware

Measurements

6-5/8 x 5-3/4 x 5-1/8 (dia)

Object Type

ceramic

Object number

2014.00.97

Copyright Licence  

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