Northeast America, ca. 1825-1840. Exceptionally beautifully decorated, and in equally impressive condition. Vivid red flowers. Color-contrasting mustard lobes, ferns, cross-hatching, and veining within green leaves. Free-flowing design that surrounds the pot, not confined within a spandrel. The black asphaltum ground remains in nearly full coverage without typical deterioration. Small rub to the back side. Original tiny brass finial. About 10 1/2 inches tall.
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