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Commemorative pitcher, "Napoleon Jug", 1893 - 1900
Morris and Willmore

Columbian Art Pottery

Trenton, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Slip-cast whiteware, painted decoration and clear lead glaze, H: 10 1/2 in, W: 8 5/8 in
Purchase 1978 Mrs. Parker O. Griffith Bequest Fund  78.194
On View
Marks:
on bottom "Napolean Jug/Pat. APL. For/ Alfred B. Evans/Phila. Pa."

Provenance: Jug was made for Alfred B. Evans, a dealer from Philadelphia.
Exhibition History:
"Hot, Hotter, Hottest: 300 Years of New Jersey Ceramics", Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey (October 21, 2016 - ongoing).

Keywords: American Pottery, Ceramic, Earthenware, Whiteware, Napoleon Bonaparte, William McKinley, Man, Commemorative, Pitcher, Jug, Toby Jug