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Provenance

By 1890, Louisa Dumaresq Perkins Hunt (d. 1897) [see note 1]; 1897, after her death, by descent to her children, Elinor Hunt Diederich, Enid Hunt Slater (d. 1928), and Paul Hunt; inherited by Paul Hunt's son, William Morris Hunt II, Brookline, MA; 2000, partial gift of William Morris Hunt II to the MFA. (Accession date: January 24, 2001) NOTES: [1] From 1890 until her death, this piece was loaned by Louisa Dumaresq Perkins Hunt to the MFA. Upon her death in 1897, it was loaned to the MFA by her daughter, Enid Hunt Slater, executrix of her estate.

Credit Line

Partial gift of William Morris Hunt II

German (Frechen), 17th century, 1600–25

Object Place

Germany

Dimensions

33 x 29.6 cm (13 x 11 5/8 in.)

Accession Number

2000.1227

Medium or Technique

Salt-glazed stoneware with cobalt decoration

Collections

Europe

Classifications

Ceramics, Pottery, Stoneware