12” Antique Victorian Vines Holly Berries Green Transferware Pitcher
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Absolutely stunning antique wash pitcher with a dark green transfer depicting g Holly leaves and berries.
This antique water pitcher was manufactured Circa 1870-1909 during a period known as the Aesthetic Movement. Originally it was most assuredly part of a bath set to include a slop pail, a shaving mug, a razor box, a chamber pot and soap dish, wash basin and THIS pitcher. The pitcher would have been stored and so played sitting in the wash basin when not in use. These pieces are beautiful reminders of past times, whether you use for display in your bathroom, bedroom or repurpose as a beverage pitcher, utensil holder or other use elsewhere in the home. When I put fresh flowers or greenery in my antique pitchers I normally line them with a plastic bag and fill it with water and then put the flowers in.
Decorated on both sides, in and out of the spout and accented with relief scrolling around the handle and outside of the spout.
Measures: appx 12” tall
Condition: Remarkably good condition with no chips, cracks. There are a couple of ink spots