This lovely Antique Flow Blue Pitcher has an Art Nouveau decoration featuring beautiful Roses and swags of Laurel leaves, tied with ribbon bows. The rim, foot and handle are accented with gold, and it stands almost 6" tall and 4" across at the base. It was made by Samuel Johnson, Hill Pottery in Burslem, Staffordshire, which became Britannia Pottery in 1916. It has an English registration mark, showing that the design was registered in 1893. This is a lovely old piece with a good deep color, the condition is excellent except for the normal wear on the gold. Please be sure to click on photo for enlargement and more pictures so that you can really enjoy this lovely piece and take a minute or two to check out some of our other treasures.