Early American Watt Yellow Ware Pitcher with White Slips
Early American 1900’s yellow ware pitcher with three white slips, one wide and two narrow and incised ribbing around the bottom. Made in Crooksville, Ohio as the first line of dinnerware for the Watt family. Fully marked on the bottom by Watt Pottery who used an impressed circular mark with “Watt ware, oven USA ware and eve-n-bake”.
All over crazing which is very common condition with virtually all glazed art pottery. A network of lines or cracks in the fired glazed surface. They usually occur at the end of the kiln firing process when the outside surface cools before the clay body under the glaze. Crazing can also happen during the vessel’s lifetime during rapid temperature changes.
WIDTH: 7½ in | HEIGHT: 6¾ in | DEPTH: 4¾ in
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