According to Alice Metz, author of Early American Pressed Glass, the paneled forget-me-not pattern was produced by the Byrce Bros. of Pittsburgh, Pa., of non-flint glass during the 1870's. This water pitcher is in clear glass. The pattern consists of three panels of forget-me-not flowers against a stippled background and three panels of double rows of "X"s all separated by clear panels. The pitcher measures 9" high and 8" from spout to handle. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; the interior does show scratches from years of use. I also have 6 matching goblets on a separate page.
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