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Masonic Pitcher
1790-1840
Maker not marked
England
Transfer-printed earthenware
overall: 7-3/4"h x 6"w x 9-1/2"d (spout to handle)
Gift of Union Lodge, Ancient Free & Accepted Masons, Dorchester, Massachusetts
75.46.9

Masonic Pitcher; earthenware ceramic with transfer print; inscription, "The World is in pain---"; reverse printed with standard transfer print of Faith, Hope and Charity, Masonic pavement, column and symbols; square, compass and "G" under spout.


Decorated with a Masonic verse and images of Masonic symbols and virtues, this transfer-printed earthenware pitcher is thought to have been used at Union Lodge in Dorchester, Massachusetts.



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