SOLD ITEM 5117 - Etruscan Majolica Shell Seaweed water pitcher c1880

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Etruscan Majolica Shell Seaweed water pitcher c1880. This shell and seaweed pattern water pitcher was made for Griffin, Smith and Hill Phoenixville,Pa between 1879 and 1889. The Etruscan mark is impressed on the bottom of the pitcher. Mint condition. Measures 5 and seven eighths inches high.
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