Hand Painted Nippon Pitcher Souvenir Delaware Water Gap
Here is a vintage piece of Nippon porcelain, a lidded creamer with a wonderful hand painted scene of the Delaware Water Gap... a scenic area along the Delaware River in New Jersey and Pennsylvania where the river cuts through a large ridge of the Appalachian Mountains. The painting depicts a Native American in a birchbark canoe on the river plus the mountains, rocks, trees, and sunset sky. Del. Water Gap is hand lettered in green along bottom edge of pitcher. Fancy raised satsuma scrollwork, with curlycue and bead designs on both handles. Green marked on base with M in wreath circle and Hand Painted Nippon. Pitcher is 4.75" high x 4.75" spout to handle and 3-1/8" diameter at base. Excellent condition... no chips, no flakes, no cracks, and no repairs. Purchased from an estate sale.
Info: The National Park Service preserves forty miles of the middle Delaware River and almost 70,000 acres of land along the river's New Jersey and Pennsylvania shores as the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Middle Delaware National Scenic River.
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