Description

Possibly Tucker and Hemphill China Factory – Philadelphia (active 1826-38) – Circa 1832 -1835

Found in Pennsylvania, the pair are a baluster form with scalloped flaring rims with pulled spouts and applied strap handles. All above a baluster body with a circular foot. Each spout and handle are decorated with gilt, the bodies have enameled bouquets of various colors flanking a gilt inscriptions:

” Rebecca Corden” – “John Corden ”

No restorations or Repairs

Inventory: DA-C-3122

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WEDDING PITCHERS – GILT and ENAMELED PORCELAIN

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