A farmer, a writer, and two disgruntled marketers are unlikely collaborators, yet somewhere amid these checkered histories lies the special synchronicity through which Territory Hard Goods was born. The company melds influences both urban and rural in its mix of vintage finds and rehabbed furniture. With this distinctly American collection of furniture, housewares, typewriters, and other treasures, it stakes its claim as a refreshing source of homegrown design.
Decorate your mantle with this ornate trio of pitchers. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Large pot has one small chip to spout.
Large stoneware pitcher: L 5.25” W 7.5” H 7.75”; marked “M Potter Pete Payne ’84,” a master potter whose work was once showcased in the Smithsonian Institution.
Medium spongeware pitcher: L 5.75” W 7.25” H 7”; no markings.
Small stoneware pitcher: H 6” Diameter 5”; marked “R.R.P Co.,” a company that was once one of the largest producers of stoneware jars in America.