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Pitcher with Masonic Imagery
1800-1820
Maker not marked
England: Liverpool (Probably)
Transfer-printed creamware
overall: 5-1/2"h x 4-1/2"w x 6-1/4"d (spout to handle)
Special Acquisitions Fund
97.025.4

Masonic Pitcher; ochre-colored creamware pitcher with three black transfer-printed Masonic panels; obverse: a diamond within an oval, centering a skull and cross bones on a shield, with winged cheribum heads above and below; reverse: a pillered Masonic temple with a Mason standing under a Royal Arch, all within an oval panel; under spout: in an oval panel, a Masonic Master seated at table contemplating Euclid's 47th mathematical problem; blue trim along bottom and top edge and on handle.


Oval-shaped images of what appear to be jewel designs ornament this brick colored pitcher.



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