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ITEM JNH14. BLOWN THREE MOLD PITCHER, (McK# GV-7), clear flint glass, body formed from a quart-sized decanter mold, hand tooled pour spout, applied hollow handle with fancy terminal, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, tooled rim, a mint pitcher with a manufacturer's pontil bruise that does not detract. American, possibly blown at the Boston and Sandwich Glass Works, Sandwich, MA, 1820-1840, rare. Ex. Frank Jedlicka Collection.

This perfectly rendered blown three mold pitcher is clearly the work of a master gaffer working at the height of his wizardry. The hollow blown handle is a delight to the eye, as is the tooling of the mouth and the softly rendered pour spout. The noted pontil bruise is mentioned solely for accuracy, as this remains a monumental artistic achievement that would be welcomed in the finest collections.




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