Mid 19th Century Multi Banded Yellowware Pitcher Attributed to T.G. Green


A rare and wonderful circa 1864 multi-banded yellowware pitcher that was large enough to be used in taverns, boarding houses, or inns. It has three colors of bands that are blue, brown, and white. The stripes are bright and vibrant on this rare pitcher attributed to the pottery of Thomas Goodwin Green. It has the multi-colored bands, differing widths of the bands, and flared bottom known to be particular types of design used by the T.G. Green pottery.

It stands 7" tall with a 5" top diameter.

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My living room 2018

Make sure to click on each picture to see the entire picture and its description! Finally! I have gotten a chance to take some pics of my home. Most of these pictures are of my living room that is set up as a lawyer's office from the early 1800s. (Yes! I am crazy!) This first pic is what you see when you walk into my living room and look to the right.