1790's Liverpool Pitcher 

with Multicolored Transfers

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This Multi-colored Liverpool Pitcher is one of a kind and plays on the theme of a Mason made from the symbols and working tools of his Lodge.  It measures 10 1/8 inches tall by 5 9/16 inches wide at the base.  "A Mason form'd out of the materials of his lodge" and scene on one other side has "United for the Benefit of Mankind". The third side has the wording, "To Heavens High Architect All Praise, All Gratitude Be Given, Who Deign'd the Human Soul to Raise, By Secrets Sprung From Heaven". A visually outstanding piece of Liverpool. It is circa 1790 and was recently sold on a popular online auction for over $1,000.00 U.S.   This piece is in wonderful condition for its age.

A special "Thanks" from Brother Al Lohman, a 30 year collector and 30+ year Masonic Lodge member from Wisconsin.  Al trades on eBay under the User ID  "lochlohman"

 

         

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