We have just a few of these Common Ground Black Earthenware Pitchers to sell online. Once they are gone they will not be restocked. Don't miss out!
This black earthenware pitcher is large enough to serve a crowd! Equally at home as a historical piece to use every day or at your next reenactment event. Made in Ohio by Common Ground Pottery. Signed on the bottom, "Common Ground".
- Lead-free black salt-glazed earthenware
- 9 cup (72 ounce) capacity
- 9 7/8" H
- 4 3/8" base diameter
- 3" diameter opening
- Made in USA
- Williamsburg exclusive
This is a hand-made item. Some variation in dimensions, capacity, and glaze should be expected.
About the Maker
Common Ground Pottery creates authentic reproduction 18th-century pottery. Each piece is hand-made with care in Lakeville, Ohio.
Salt-glazed stoneware was used throughout Williamsburg and the colonies in the 18th century and beyond. Dozens of examples can be found in The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg collections.