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Beautiful early 1905 NEWCOMB COLLEGE POTTERY (American / New Orleans, Louisiana) pitcher finsihed with a high-gloss glaze, finely incised rim design of daffolids. Bears impressed Newcomb College "NC" mark, AL66 (serial number), and initials of the artisan, MHL & B (Marie de Hoa LeBlanc), and the potter, JM (Joseph Meyer), on the base.

Early Newcomb College High-Gloss Pottery Pitcher, Daffodil Design, 1905

$2,000.00Price
  • In excellent condition, without any cracks, chips or restoration. Pitcher measures 5 3/4" tall, 2 1/2" diameter at the base, and 4 1/2" wide at the top including the spout and the handle.

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