MARKED CROXALL & CARTWRIGHT MOLDED "REBECCA AT THE WELL" TEAPOT. Lot 139
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Seller's Estimate: USD 250 - 450
MARKED CROXALL & CARTWRIGHT MOLDED "REBECCA AT THE WELL" TEAPOT.
East Liverpool, 3rd quarter-19th century. Yellowware with mottled Rockingham glaze. Large embossed mark on base "Croxall & Cartwright, East, I, Liverpool, Ohio, 10". The mysterious "I" and "10" also embossed amid the company name are probably pattern and size designations. 9.25"h. Note, this design (with palm tree to right of Rebecca and no title ribbon) is unlike the original Rebecca design introduced by E&W. Bennett in Baltimore.
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