A spectacular NO NAME, CANADA with great swirls of milk throughout. This piece was found in the ground which caused pitting on the rear quarter from the upper wire groove to the base. I had this piece tumbled by Denny Hackthorne for 14 days to bring it back from the grave. It still shows some evidence of pitting, but it does not detract from the overall beauty. It also has a 1"by 1/4" chip on the inner skirt.........$200.00 plus postage.33% below book due to pitting and skirt damage.