Antique, Victorian majolica cuspidor, spittoon, thistle form, hexagonal rim, cobalt blue body with lavender lining, shell and seaweed or coral motif in green, golden yellow, mauve, brown. It measures six and one eighths inches high, and the rim is seven and three eighths inches across the points, or 6.5 inches across the straight sides. It is in very good condition, just typical glaze flakes as shown, see last photos for close ups. NO chips or cracks.
This exact same model and colorway was sold in the Joan Stacke Graham Majolica Collection auction at Doyle, December of 2021. It was therein attributed to James Carr, City Pottery, New York, with references.
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