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You have a circa 1900 majolica pitcher which is glazed earthenware in the form of an ear of corn in the husk that was made by Brush McCoy Cusick.
This was a popular theme and there are variants of this theme of corn pitchers, with different shaped handles and overall form.
Here is a link for you to a match to your pitcher that sold for $29.95:
Here is another match, also with 52 at the bottom that sold for $60:
Here is a 7.5” tall match that sold for $21 that is marked with the maker name Cusick along with the number 52.
On today’s market, expect to garner $60 - $100 at auction for a 12” version of this corn pitcher. The suggested insurance or replacement value is $250.