Pitchers decorated with relief-molded ears and stalks of corn were made by more than one pottery in the United States. The corn is, of course, a symbol of the bounty of America, a popular theme during this period.
Place object was created: Greenpoint, NY
hard-paste porcelain, gilding (material)
Measurements: height: 10.125 inches width: 10.125 inches depth: 6.375 inchesGift of Jay and Emma Lewis 1999.149.3
Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH