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Sale IT131 Lot 1008

WILLIAM PERCIVAL JERVIS ART POTTERY JUG AND BEAKER / ATTRIBUTED TO FREDERICK HURTEN RHEAD Oyster Bay, NY, 1908-1912, faint impressed vertical hexagonal Jervis mark to jug, the design attributed to Frederick Hurten Rhead, both faience wares sgraffito decorated in the Arts & Crafts taste, the jug with a continuous woodland view, the blue rim cut with four white window-pane panels; the beaker incised with tight clusters of three sinuous entwined white quatrefoil flowers, cobalt blue line rims, h: 5.75 in. (2)

Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling

Literature: For a Jervis cream-jug of this form, see Ken Forster, 'University of North Dakota Pottery: A History and Comparative Study', p. 161.
Estimate $350-450

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