Victorian Brown Transferware HUGE Pitcher / Vase Brambleberry & Floral


Brand Unknown

Beautifully embossed and decorated on either side with the same berry, vine and floral motif’, this antique wash pitcher was manufactured Circa 1890-1920 during a period known as the Aesthetic Movement.  Originally it would have been part of a bath set to include a slop pail, a shaving mug, a razor box, soap dish and this piece itself would have stood in a huge 15" diameter bowl for washing when not in use.   These pieces are beautiful reminders of past times, whether you use for display in your bathroom, bedroom or repurpose and use elsewhere in the home. 

Wash pitchers are perfect for a collection of rolling pins or large kitchen utensils, floral containers, etc, etc. 

Measures: appx 12" tall.  It is HEAVY!

Condition: no chips or cracks. Remarkably good condition with some scratching and wear around the base.   Gorgeous condition!