Antique porcelain from our stock
Gorgeous pitcher (syrup pitcher) from the 19th century! Conical body with rounded byse, triange-shaped spout and stick-shaped handle. Hinged pewter lid with acanthus relief. On the wall hand painted meander frieze and twisted patterns in blue and brown. The lower part of the handle with small defect. (See picture) Marked, mark not known. Attributet to Staffordshire/England, 2. half of the 19th century. No cracks or chips!
Height appr. 7 inch
Max. diameter appr. 4,7 inch
In porcelain, hand painted, and pewter
Worldwide shipping on demand
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