Very unique! We are offering this Antique Pitcher which was manufactured by Sampson Bridgwood and Son between 1853 and 1887. This piece stands 6" tall and is 5 1/2" across. There are no chips, cracks or fractures on this piece.
Trade advertisements of the 1880's up to 1886 list 'china of the finest quality' in tea, breakfast and dessert services, trinket and dejeuner sets, plaques and wares, designed in most cases by H.J. Kane. From 1887 mention of porcelain was not included in Victorian advertisements, which concentrated on the earthenwares.
Porcelains seldom bear a mark except for the rarely-found impressed mark BRIDGWOOD & SON which can occur on porcelains.