The Early American Pattern Glass milk pitcher is in the Juno pattern, produced by Indiana Glass from 1905 to 1920. Collectors often call this pattern Double Pinwheel or Whirling Star. It was marketed as imitation cut glass.
The pitcher stands 9 inches high and is 7-3/8" wide from handle to spout. It holds about one quart. The main motif of Juno is a large pinwheel with smaller pinwheels at the end of each spoke. The pitcher has three "whirling" pinwheels separated by X designs with waffle diamond and fan shapes in between. It's in excellent, crystal clear condition with no damage.