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NEW YORK STATE FREE-BLOWN AND THREADED JUG / CREAM PITCHER, strong aquamarine, heavy, bulbous body transitioning to a flaring neck and rim, applied threading from shoulder to rim, bold applied strap-type handle with medial rib and generous curl, wide rough pontil mark.

Condition : Losses to shoulder threading, no other damage, expected medial exterior wear.

Circa : 1845-1865.

Item Dimensions: 6 1/4" HOA, 5 3/4" H rim, 3 1/4" D rim, 4" D body.

Provenance : Ex-collection of Matt Greig, York, PA.

Estimate : 800 - 1200

Attribution : Attributed to the Saratoga, NY, Mountain Glass Works.

Catalog Note : Literature: Being a mate to the sugar bowls illustrated in the McKearins - American Glass, pl. 69, fig. 6, text p. 177; and Antiques/American Glass, vol. 1, p. 24, fig. 1.
Catalogue Note: The present jug/pitcher is from an important group produced by the same New York State blower. This highly recognizable group represents a naive, yet extremely bold and expressive example of American Folk Art in glass. A jug/pitcher and matching sugar bowl were sold at the Anderson Galleries' 1934 dispersal of the William Mitchell Van Winkle collection, lots 133 and 134. Another jug/pitcher and sugar bowl reside in the Corning Museum of Glass collection, accession #69.4.3 and #86.4.114. The sugar bowl illustrated by the McKearins, referenced above was originally part of George McKearin's private collection and sold through the Anderson Galleries' dispersal of his collection, April 22, 1931, lot 48. It subsequently sold through these galleries from the Duff & Molly Allen collection on October 18, 2008, lot 221. The second sugar bowl referenced above was from the Melvin Billups collection and now resides in the collection of the New Orleans Museum of Art, a gift of Mr. Billups in memory of his wife, Clarice Marston Billups.
NEW YORK STATE FREE-BLOWN AND THREADED JUG / CREAM PITCHER
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