Beautiful, American stoneware pitcher with double relief portraits accentuated in cobalt glaze. Dating back to the late 1800s, this piece is very detailed with 2 different country scenes. It has a rectangular applied handle with a tree bark-like texture. It’s in overall nice shape and displays nicely, though it does have a few signs of age. There is some chipping on the spout from past use as well as a tight, 2 inch hairline behind where the top of the handle mounts. It is not structurally significant. It measures about 7 3/4” high with a base diameter of about 5 7/8 inches. It’s a rugged, solid piece of salt-glaze pottery that will compliment any collection.