I have my camera fixed! This listing is for a pitcher made by John B. Taylor Ceramics. Marked on the bottom "John B. Taylor Ceramics" in a circular pattern. In the middle of the larger font is smaller font that has "Made in USA Louisville KY" .The John B. Taylor Ceramics company was operated by John B. Taylor from 1938 to 1970. I believe from the stamp this may have been one of the later pitchers produced before the company sold in 1971 and became Louisville Stoneware. Produced from Indiana clay, this lovely shaded deep blue and light green pitcher has a lid. The pitcher stands approximately 5-1/2" tall and the opening is approximately 3" wide. Although the inside of the pitcher is glazed a buff color, the lid's bottom is unglazed while the top is glazed in the shaded blue with the top of the knob being a light green glaze. the top rim of the pitcher is also a light green. T are the usual small glaze skips and variations in the shading of color. The lid has a slight blemish that is glazed over but I believe for a pitcher that is over 30 years old, this is in very good condition. Return Policy: All items listed are as found and as is. All sales are final. Please ask any questions before bidding. Seller's Buyer pays all Shipping and Handling costs. Shipping and Handling costs are based on the buyer's location and weight of the item and packaging. Insurance is optional. WE ARE NOT AND WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS LOST OR DAMAGED BY ANY SHIPPING SERVICE. Items not paid in 3 days after the end of the auction will be relisted. We ship within 2 business days of received payment. Shipping is USPS Priority Mail or Parcel Post. Insurance is recommended.
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