Ceramic Art Company, Trenton, New Jersey American

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 706

The distinctive form of this diminutive pitcher is among the most avant-garde designs produced by the Ceramic Art Company. The bold shape, accentuated by its angular handle and strong diagonal elements, is indebted to the forward-looking designs of British design reformer Christopher Dresser.

Pitcher, Ceramic Art Company, Trenton, New Jersey (American, 1889–1896), Belleek porcelain, with overglaze enamel decoration and gilding, American

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