One of our favorite patterns. Leaves and vines encircle the top portion of the ewer while intertwining vines with dangling grapes encircle the center portion. As if this was not enough, embossed ovals can be found in the bulbous region. The flowing lines of the pitcher perfectly compliment all the adornment.
Produced by Adams between 1829 and 1865, this pattern can be found on tureens, pitchers, and even on a punch bowl, sold by us last year. Blends nicely with plain pieces as well as highly decorative pieces.
Stands 12" high, thus it is a stately piece which can stand on its own or be one of the stars of a collection. No damage with no chips, cracks, or discoloration.
Impressed maker's mark in the bottom.
See our other listings to make a grouping. We always have several different heights and patterns of ironstone pitchers in stock so feel free to contact us to allow us to assist in assembling the perfect group for you.Dimensions:
Pristine condition with no chips, cracks, chips, or discolorationWeb ID:
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