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#761 Small Yorktown Redware Pipkin

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18th century unlidded pipkin with right-handed pouring lip, made to be used on top of an iron trivet in hearth cooking.

The original of this piece was made in the very early 18th century in Yorktown, Virginia.

4" tall x 4" diameter at the top, glazed everywhere except part of the handle.  Capacity is  1 pint.

Pipkins should be used either near the fire or else with coals under them.  They are not meant to be used over direct flame; any lick of flame may crack them.

This is a new piece of pottery made in the old style, not an antique.


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