An antique mocha ware pitcher made in England circa 1815. Decorated with green glazed reeded bands, bands of black and brown slip, and inlaid and engine turning into the body with black slip in a design of dots and dashes.
5.5″D x 4.75″H x 4″W
Excellent (slight toning on the handle).
Mochaware was developed in England in the late 18th century decorated with slip and/or dendritic “mocha trees”. It was made with relatively soft clay and designed for everyday use.
For images and a detailed explanation of mocha ware see: Mocha and related dipped wares, by Jonathan Rickard.
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