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Vintage Harlequin Pottery 22 Ounce Pitcher in Original Original Maroon Glaze | Circa 1938-1942

 Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale        Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale
 Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale        Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale
 Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale        Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale
 Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale        Vintage Harlequin Original Maroon 22 ounce jug or milk pitcher: Harlequin Dinnerware 30s 40s American Solid Color Dinnerware For Sale

Circa 1938-1942: The 22 oz jug designed for the Harlequin pottery line was always a popular piece and was produced from the Spring of 1938 until 1959. Maroon was an original Harlequin color but was dropped from production by 1942, making maroon one of the harder Harlequin colors to come by. It's exciting to find this early piece of Homer Laughlins pottery, and in such wonderful condition. No damage, no touch-ups or repairs, very little apparent use. Three stilt marks from the kiln show on the bottom, along with the tell-tale HLCo band of concentric rings. Measures: 5" Tall by 6 1/2" wide when including the great, angular, art-deco handle.

Vintage Harlequin Pottery 22 ounce Pitcher
in Original Maroon
For Sale: $165

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