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Meigh English Gothic pottery Pitcher circa 1842(26 views)
Description: English Gothic Pottery Pitcher. Marked: “Registered March 17th 1842 (43?) by Charles Meigh” Charles Meigh, active 1835 to 1851, made salt-glaze jugs and similar teapots at the Old Hall Pottery at Hanley in the Staffordshire region of England. Their high gothic design is consider to epitimize the Gothic Revival movement that began in England in the 1750′s and continued for more than a century into the 1870′s. Size: 9” tall. Condition: no chips, cracks, or glaze imperfections.
Condition Report: Excellent
Dimensions: 9" tall
Artist or Maker: Charles Meigh
Medium: pottery - ceramic
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