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Silver pitcher-shaped vessel with handle and a band of decoration around center of the body
Tiffany & Company
Pitcher from a tea service
1880 – 1890
Gift of Andrew Nevil Wise, Class of 1988 and Jeremy Henshaw Wise, Class of 1990
This pitcher has a raised design of plants that extends from the base up to the handle and spout.  The matte glaze ranges from brown to peach to red.
Markham Art Pottery
1904 – 1913
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. E. Thurston Thieme, from the collection of Professor and Mrs. Hugo Paul Thieme, March 26, 2007
This small blown glass pitcher consists of bands of glass applied to the body of the vessel; as the pitcher was blown, the glass between the bands expanded, shaping the vessel into four lobes.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
1896 – 1900
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1972/2.226

1100 – 1299
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
Probably from the Iranian region of Rizaiyyah Plain (Urmia), this ceramic pitcher contains a lateral tube spout. It is unglazed.
Iranian (Iranian)
Pitcher with extended spout
Museum Purchase
A tripod saki pitcher with a narrow spout that extends perpendicular from the base of the pitcher.
Hiroyuki Wakimoto (Japanese (culture or style))
Tripod Saki Pitcher
1980 – 2000
Gift of the Estate of Anne L. McGrew

Pierre Daura
Green Bowl, Lustre Pitcher and Fruit
1950 – 1965
Gift of Martha R. Daura
A stoneware globular ewer on a footring with a wide mouth and a straight, short thick spout on one side opposite a short, curved, protruding handle.  There are two cross-hatched curved appliques on opposing shoulders of the ewer.  It is covered in a straw-colored celadon glaze with underglaze iron oxide and suffused blue splashes. 
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
618 – 906
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund

Seifū Yohei III
Sencha pitcher with stamped dragonfly design (pair w/ 1954/1.512)
1893 – 1914
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker

Iranian (Iranian)
Jug with wide cylindrical body and tall, tapered neck
12th century
Museum Purchase

Lucas Van Leyden
Lot and His Daughters
Museum Purchase
A globular stoneware ewer with a wide foot and narrow trumpeted neck with direct rim. It has a short straight spout placed high upon the shoulder, and coiled handle with articulation extending from the mouth to the shoulder. It is covered in a dark brown glaze stopping high above the foot.
Chinese (Chinese (culture or style))
618 – 906
Gift of Mrs. Henry Jewett Greene for The Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jewett Greene Memorial Collection