Offered here is a 7 inch tall majolica pitcher in cobalt blue with rows of raised dots and 2 bouquets of flowers. One bouquet has three white blooms appearing to be daffodils. The opposite side has rosy red blooms and broad palmate leaves (geraniums?). The bouquets are held in a ribbon surrounding the base the pitcher and ending in a bow at each flower. The three inch high handle is dark brown and resembles a wooden branch. It is slightly pointed at the top. The mouth is 3.5 inches in diameter. The rim is a light tan while the interior is the same rosy red as the floral bouquet. The lightly glazed bottom is 3 3/8 inches in diameter with a green ink stamp - Made in England. There is also the number 30 incised by hand in the greenware.