OHKAY OWINGE REDWARE FOOTED PITCHER 1923
If this didn't have a provenance written in pencil on its base, we'd have wondered about its source. It's made of Ohkay clay, but its design has little to do with Pueblo tradition. The potter saw a Mexican pot, liked its shape andperhaps thought it might sell alongside the serving pieces the potters were making at neighboring Santa Clara Pueblo. This appears on page 127 of our Second Edition of Southwestern Pottery, Anasazi to Zuni and definitely qualifies under our old and unusual guideline.
3-3/4" diameter excluding handle and spout x 4-3/8" high
Rim damage, condition good otherwise