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Hobbs Brockunier, Wheeling Peachblow Syrup Pitcher, Excellent Condition~~~

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For sale is a piece of early American art glass that was made by Hobbs, Brockunier and Company of Wheeling, West Virginia. It is a syrup pitcher and the the style of art glass was known as Wheeling Peachblow. It measures approximately 4 3/4" tall and is 4 3/4" in diameter outside handle measurement.

The pitcher displays a bulbous form with a square top lip and applied handle. The coloring is just plain beautiful. It bleeds from a glossy burgundy red at the top to soft glossy yellow tone starting in the middle and going all the way to the underside bottom. It has a clear amber applied handle that resembles and ear. The pitcher has a cased glossy calcite white interior liner This type of glass was considered by many as some of the nicest of the Victorian era art glass.

The pitcher is in excellent condition as there are no cracks. There is really no excuses to be made for this piece as it is an excellent example in both form and color. The piece is not signed but it is a documented form and style of art glass made by Hobbs Brockunier. The bottom does display a large counter sunk polished pontil. This is the finishing sign of a quality piece of art glass. This pitcher was made circa 1886-1890.

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