AMERICAN PORCELAIN ‘CORN’ PATTERN PITCHER, CHARLES CARTLIDGE & CO., WILLIAM BOCH & BROTHERS, OR THE AMERICAN PORCELAIN MANUFACTURING CO., GREENPOINT (BROOKLYN), NEW YORK, 1844-60.
Sold: $540 ($450)
Molded on either side with stalks of corn, unmarked. Height 12 ¾ inches.
Literature: For a discussion regarding the history of these firms with illustrations, see Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, ‘American Porcelain 1770-1920,’ pp. 110-113 and pp. 116-119; a pitcher of similar shape is illustrated on p. 117, cat. n. 25.