287 New Milford Turnpike (Rte 202)
PO Box 2305
New Preston, CT 06777-1606
Phone: (800) 247-4111 or (860) 619-0400 Fax: (860) 619-0243
  
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    Hardware produced by the local blacksmiths at their forge and anvil was common to many..... more
   
 
    Lighting is a most important aspect of 18th century decor. Our copper and tinsmiths recreate.... more
   
 
    Brass and porcelain designs of the 18th and early 19th centuries created a more formal decor..... more
   
 
    A collection of iron hardware which offers the design and function of our hand-forged iron..... more
   
 
    Here’s a new section in our catalog which casts your attention to the more decorative...... more
   


Large Redware Pitcher
Large Redware Pitcher Holds 1 gallon. 10 inches H. Early redware was used in a variety of ways in 18th century New England homes. Made from clay that was commonly found near riverbanks, the local potter produced an amazing selection of plates, pitchers, bowls, candlesticks and teapots to name a few! The majority of these items were glazed, making them impervious to moisture. Redware can be used to store and serve food and will easily withstand temperature necessary for baking. Potters would s
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