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From the 1930s through 1957, the Blue Ridge Pottery company created hand-painted dishware from its headquarters in Erwin, TN.  Ladies from rural communities who had no artistic background were recruited to learn the painting techniques to create the cheerful flowers, stems, and leaves that are a Blue Ridge Pottery hallmark. This Alice pitcher is a beautiful example of their work. This piece stands out among other Alice pitchers because of its patina. While it has no chips or cracks, the glaze exhibits heavy crazing and staining which adds extra vintage, cottagecore charm. Fill it with pink or white hydrangeas and let it be the jewel of your dining table, kitchen, or patio all summer. 


This piece measures approximately 6 inches tall, and 9 inches wide from spout to handle. 

1930s Blue Ridge Pottery Alice pitcher in Opulent pattern

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