George Washington Liverpool Pitcher

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This Liverpool pitcher is creamed colored and has black transfers of a Masonic scenes and President and Brother George Washington on it. The poem on one side says: "To heavens High Architect all praise, All gratitude be given, Who design'd the human soul to raise, By secrets sprung from heaven" Under the spout is George Washington's signature and a black transfer of Lady Hope holding the American flag and leaning on an anchor. It measures 7 3/4 inches tall by 4 1/2 inches in diameter at the base and has a transfer of a colonial drummer boy on the base and the number 0192.   I believe this Liverpool Pitcher to be of recent manufacture due to its pristine condition and have been unable to locate it in any of the older Masonic Liverpool Pitcher books.

 

         

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