A fine, Wedgewood Jasperware pitcher in the Etruscan shape. This is a size #24 in sage green dipware. The decoration is in white, from the "sacrifice figures" designs.
It's 7.25" tall, 5" from handle to spout, and 3.375" in diameter at the base.
Condition: stain to the underside, some kiln artifacts in the glaze in the interior bottom. A little crazing to the green dip, which I have seen before on pieces from this era.
Mark: stamped WEDGWOOD ENGLAND, the Wedgwood mark is slightly arced, which usually dates a bit earlier, so I'd date this piece close to 1890.