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Porcelain Pitcher

8,000.00
Antique Tucker Porcelain Pitcher
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Porcelain Pitcher

8,000.00

Tucker Porcelain Factory

Philadelphia, circa 1835

Either side decorated with a gilt-framed river landscape within a garland related to the border on a famous piece of Tucker at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

An incised "W" on the underside is thought to indicate that the form was molded by Andrew Craig Walker.

Minor wear to gilt. 

9 3/8" tall overall.

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Tucker Porcelain Factory

Philadelphia, circa 1835

Either side decorated with a gilt-framed river landscape within a garland related to the border on a famous piece of Tucker at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

An incised "W" on the underside is thought to indicate that the form was molded by Andrew Craig Walker.

Minor wear to gilt. 

9 3/8" tall overall.