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Paul Revere Pottery of the Saturday Evening Girls club (active 1908–1942), Decorated by Lili Shapiro (American, 1894–1978)
Object Place: Brighton, Massachusetts
Height x width: 7 x 7 in. (17.8 x 17.8 cm)
Medium or Technique
Earthenware and glaze
Not On View
Green bodied pitcher with bulbous body and flat rim with pointed spout and angular handle; decorated with round medallion with a house, and trees in blues, greens and browns.
Painted on neck of pitcher: "K"
Inscribed on base: "JEAN & ED, FEBRUARY 1932"
Signed with round ink stamp of "Paul Revere's Ride" logo and artist initials, "LS" (in a vertical box) and a petal flower with dot in the middle.
Jean Kaye, mother of the donor and niece of Lili Shapiro (the decorator) (original name before "Americanized: Jeannette Kuposky); to donor.
Gift of Marcia Silver Nalebuff