Price is for both. There are two of these pitchers in mint condition, both bearing the same blueberry motif. These are vitrified China (heavy commercial china commonly referred to as restaurant ware). This jug is listed in Barbara Conroy's book "Restaurant China", Volume 2 on page 355. What a bargain for hand painted items that can be used for dinner or breakfast. These can be used a creamers or small jugs/pitchers for syrup or gravy boats. They are in mint condition. There is a blue stripe around the shoulder of the piece and three sprigs of blueberries hanging from some green leaves. There are four areas that have three decorative dots that are raised from the piece. The handle is high and unusual. There is a painted signature underneath the handle. The bottoms have a distinct embossed mark that is something USA (hard to make out). It stands 4 1/4" tall and it's bowl is 3" across.
Item ID: 546
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