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Union Porcelain Works (US, 1863 - circa 1922)

The pitcher plant, peculiarly American, was a motif favored by the Union Porcelain Works. The plant itself is essentially a vessel and thus an appropriate form for a vase.

Place object was created: Greenpoint, NY


Measurements:    height: 9 inches    diameter: 4.5 inches

Museum Purchase: Mint Museums Auxiliary Fund 2003.97.15

Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH