EAPG Gillinder's Classic 1885 Milk Pitcher with Log Feet - Scarce
You usually see the water pitcher (holds 1/2 gallon) but the milk pitcher (holds 1 qt.) is the most expensive item in the Classic pattern and the hardest to find.
In Early American Pattern Glass book by Bill Jenks and Darryl Reilly this item has a book value of $850.00.
This item is 8 3/4 inches high and has the desirable log feet.
Condition: One of the log feet has a chip that really can be seen when you pick up the glass. Otherwise in excellent condition, with no further chips, repairs or cracks.
Item ID: T170
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