Antique Blue Hand Painted Salt Glazed Stoneware Crock
"Late 1800's to Early 1900's, 9 inch High". "Salt Glazed, Blue Hand Painting". Packwood House Museum founders Edith and John Fetherston lived in the old hotel building from 1936 through the 1960s and'70s. After Edith's death in 1972, a trust was established, and Packwood House Museum opened to the public in 1976. Today, visitors see not only the historic building, but the Fetherston's' treasures of glass, ceramics, textiles, furniture, paintings, Pennsylvania German decorative arts, and Oriental art. The multi-digit number in red, usually on the bottom of the piece, was added and used by the museum. Is among the oldest log-built structures of its kind in Pennsylvania, originally constructed as a two-story log cabin between 1796 and 1799. It initially served as a. And inn for river travelers along the Susquehanna. In the early 19th century, with the construction of the Pennsylvania Canal's crosscut at. Evolved into a hotel known as the American House. Please refer to the pictures for Detail, Zoom in for more Detail.
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The seller is "marvngaga" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
- Type: Pottery
- Color: Blue
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Style: Americana
- Material: Ceramic & Porcelain