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Circa 1934 Faux Bois Black English Transferware Pitcher / Utensil Holder Silver Shield Wood Grain Antler Shaped Details

$139.99

Brand Arthur Wood

  • This unusual, rare pitcher was made around 1934 by Arthur Wood and features a stunning faux bois (French for false wood) black transfer with pewter ribbing, silver painted highlights and beautifully bone/antler shapes into the handle, which is entirely hand painted. The detail is magnificent.

     

    Perfect for a hunt themed table or decor.  Also great piece for kitchen utensils!

     

    Fully marked on bottom.

     

    Condition: No major chips or cracks, there is a very tiny flake (enlarged photo shown) on the tip of the spout.  Some crazing. There is wear to some of the silver trim.

     

    Measures: appx. 5 1/8" handle to spout x 6" tall 

 

To learn more about English transferware and see it in many practical and decorative uses please visit me at one of the places below:

 

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To learn more about English transferware and see it in many practical and decorative uses please visit me at one of the places below:

 

BLOG: www.nancysdailydish.blogspot.com

PINTEREST: www.pinterest.com/transferware

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/English-Transferware/277105748523

TWITTER: www.twitter.com/transferware

 

Featured on Etsy November 2012:

 

http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2012/collecting-english-transferware-one-womans-story