G is for an Antique Spongeware Stoneware Pitcher with a very unique sponging pattern. It is from the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. The pitcher measures approx. 9″ high from base to spout x 5-3/4″ dia. NOTE: Photos were taken outdoors, except for the last photo which was taken indoors to show contrast of indoor lighting. ONDITION : No repairs to this piece. There is a tight hairline across the bottom and some spider lines on the bottom. Some of the hairlines show through to the bottom but they are all underneath the glaze – I PUT HOT WATER IN THIS PITCHER FOR 10 HOURS AND IT DID NOT LEAK ONE DROP. One small glaze flake on top rim – left side of spout and three small glaze flakes on bottom rim. One glaze pop approx. About 1 below spout. Otherwise, wonderful condition and it DISPLAYS BEAUTIFULLY. It has the usual manufacturing characteristics found on OLD salt glaze stoneware i. Pits, pops, glaze skips, rubs, runs, bubbles, glaze separations, staining, crazing, and wrinkles & lines in glaze. PLEASE VIEW PICTURES CLOSELY FOR DETAILS & CONDITION. Guaranteed OLD & AUTHENTIC and. The item “Antique SPONGEWARE PITCHER Spatterware BLUE WHITE Stoneware Pottery Salt Glaze” is in sale since Friday, June 5, 2020. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Stoneware”. The seller is “therealmccoy11″ and is located in New Paris, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.