Exaggerated, wide fluting extends from top to bottom. Base of handle and underneath of the top portion of the handle are both adorned with large oak leaves. The squared-off mouth of the pitcher adds to the overall uniqueness.
Standing 12" high, it is a normal height for a tall ewer-style pitcher. Its overall presence lends itself to both a collection of simple and floral pieces. Bottom has a simple number marking which indicates it was produced in the mid-1800's in England.
Possesses the white coloration of the early English ironstone.
No damage. No chips, cracks, repairs, or discoloration.Dimensions:
Damage free. No chips, cracks, repairs, or discoloration.Circa:
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