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DENIS VIBERT STUDIO POTTERY PITCHER (06/04/2011)

DENIS VIBERT STUDIO POTTERY PITCHER (06/04/2011)

SMALL VINTAGE McCOY PITCHER MADE IN USA

SMALL VINTAGE McCOY PITCHER MADE IN USA

This is a Wonderful vintage McCoy high glaze pitcher. It has the glaze on the inside and could still be useful.

Farmhouse Pottery Farmer's Pitcher #floralinspiration #garden #freshflowers

Farmhouse Pottery Farmer's Pitcher #floralinspiration #garden #freshflowers

Taken straight from a European farm kitchen we’ve re-instated this classic shape with an updated look. Use it as a vase or to hold utensils. For a party bring on the Provencial style and use it as a w

Confit Jar

Taken straight from a European farm kitchen we’ve re-instated this classic shape with an updated look. Use it as a vase or to hold utensils. For a party bring on the Provencial style and use it as a w

Proven as an elegant workhorse on the farmhouse table this piece is fundamental in daily utility. Its hand formed spout and sturdy handle are uniquely crafted elements that provide easy pouring. Also

Farmer's Pitcher

Proven as an elegant workhorse on the farmhouse table this piece is fundamental in daily utility. Its hand formed spout and sturdy handle are uniquely crafted elements that provide easy pouring.

Create the ideal spot to relax with family and friends with living room furniture such as sofas and loveseats. Whether you’re looking for a classic, traditional look or something more modern, Pottery Barn’s collection of couches and love seats are guaranteed to add distinctive flair to your room.

Create the ideal spot to relax with family and friends with living room furniture such as sofas and loveseats. Whether you’re looking for a classic, traditional look or something more modern, Pottery Barn’s collection of couches and love seats are guaranteed to add distinctive flair to your room.

Karatsu ware tea-leaf storage jar with five loop lugs  1630-1660      Edo period

Karatsu ware tea-leaf storage jar with five loop lugs Edo period Stoneware with copper-tinted rice-straw-ash glaze and feldspathic glaze H: W: cm Japan Gift of Charles Lang Freer

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