lead- and copper-glazed,
Undamaged except for a few small chips to foot, some expected medial wear.
10" H, 4 3/4" D rim.
Provenance: Recently found in Virginia.
Catalogue Note: While this pitcher's termination of the glaze well above the foot is an attribute more closely associated with earthenware from New England, it does displays several features that would suggest a Virginia origin including the triangular handle terminal seen on pieces by Anthony Baecher.
Literature: Form closely parallels Comstock, Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley, p. 103, fig. 4.58 which is attributed to Peter Bell at Winchester, VA.