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ITEM 5014. PAIR OF BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHERS, (McK #GII-33), clear, globular bodies with applied solid glass handles, pontil scars, pint and quart, hand-tooled mouths with pour spouts, both pieces are badly damaged, the pint-sized pitcher exhibits an early staple repair. American, probably blown at an Ohio Glass Works, 1820-1840. The pint-sized piece retains a McKearin label and it is probably the same piece listed in the Blown Three Mold charts.

Though they are each badly damaged, these fine Blown Three Pitchers display beautifully and they are two of very few known examples of their type. The staple repair made to the McKearin piece is truly wonderful (an obvious reflection of the high regard in which it was held by an early collector) and it has held a place of honor in our own collection for a number of years.


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