We have discovered that we have a tendency for vintage pitchers, we noticed the other day that we have about a dozen throughout our home and in our inventory, so we decided to start to part with them, including this pretty summer pitcher by Indiana Glass in their Sandwich pattern.
It’s clear pressed glass with a floral and scroll design with a tiny mesh filler in between the design elements. There is even a flower on the bottom of the pitcher!
Depression Glass, Clear
As per Replacements: This line is discontinued; it was produced from 1925-1985
(EAPG) Early American Pressed Glass
Weighs 3# 12 ounces, no packaging
Capacity: 2 quarts, or 64 ounces, although we have seen this referred to as a 68 ounce pitcher.
8.25” high to the highest point of the spout
9” from tip of spout to far side of handle
5” across bottom, 6” across top
Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. There are a couple of bubbles present within the glass in the spout and along the top,
but we think it adds to it’s charm; we’ve added an image for you to inspect them, as well.
Perfect for summer entertaining, whether you’re serving lemonade or sweet tea or margaritas!
We love to gift vintage housewares mixed with modern goods for bridal showers, wedding gifts, and engagement or graduation gifts, too. For this, if it were combined with some modern kitchen towels, some wooden spoons for stirring, and a book (vintage or modern) of beverage recipes, that could be a fun and welcome gift.