Chinese porcelain thick potted in a well form, the deep rounded sides rising from a short straight foot to a lipped rim, covered overall in a black glaze falling short of the foot to reveal the brown body simulated the hare's fur streaks. The underbase glaze stopped before the foot base, displayed the grayish-brown ground with burnt and darker spots in the firing.
Provenance: Consigned by the heir of M Nye, these items have records that were purchased from the estate of "The Goods & Chattels of Martha Mace". Located in New Sewickley Township, Pennsylvania; these records are dated Oct 1866.
Dimension: 2-3/4" H x 5"Diam.