This Cronin Disc Pitcher features open white flowers that look like fragile anemones circled with a wide green band. Manufactured by Cronin China sometime between 1934 and 1956, this pitcher boasts a large and lovely floral design of white flowers on a bed of green leaves. The green is echoed in the bold band that outlines the circular shape of the pitcher. The handle completes the circle.
Great for use as a vase, too, this white pottery pitcher measures 7-1/2 inches across the diameter of the circle and 3-1/2 Inches wide. It is 6-1/2 inches tall.
The only mark is a gold "27" and "66." This is not a date, because Cronin was sold and manufactured only tiles after 1956.
There is no damage to this pitcher.