Nice heavy American cut glass syrup pitcher with applied handle and sterling silver neck, spout & lid. The pitcher stands 5.25" tall. The cut design consists of a wide V-groove with pointed ends separated by ribs with 2 narrow grooves cut into them. There's a cut star on the base. The glass is brilliant and unclouded. The base shows the normal surface wear for a 100+ year old piece. The metal is stamped STERLING with a 19th century monogram used by the Wilcox Silver Plate Co. of Meridan CT., who despite their name also made Sterling. The company was founded in 1865. There are no marks on the glass. The condition is excellent with a number of tiny flea bites to the cut edges. These are not noticeable because of the busyness of the pattern and unless you examine it with a loupe, the piece appears to be mint. Sterling is mint: free of dents, bends, or scratches. Probably dates to circa 1880s-90s.