This is the first time I’ve ever been able to offer the Beverly design by Dorflinger – it’s shown sparingly in Dorflinger reference material, so it stands to reason, not much was made.
Four deeply-cut hobstars flank down the side of the pitcher. On either side of it is a stack of crosshatching, an unusual feather type cutting, and cane with both fan and crosshatched buttons. That stame type of cutting falls on the front of the pitcher as well. The handle is double nothced with crosscuts running up the center and the base is covered with a 16-point hobstar.
The pitcher is on a very heavy, thick blank and is in excellent condition – there is just one tiny flake to the inside of a tooth. It measures 11 1/4″ tall and 5″ wide.
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