This item is a light blue jasperware syrup pitcher bottom marked, "Wedgwood, 24, S, F, H, England" by impression. The piece is 6 1/4" tall, 5 1/4" spout to handle, by 3 7/8" across the bottom. The lip in the rim is pinched and has a shallow flea bite that does not touch the blue body. The handle has a twisted rope motif and is adorned with laurel where it connects to the pitcher. The upper edge has grapes, leaves, and vines, while the lower body has women in classical clothing, a cherub, deer, tree, and shrubs all done in white as decoration. The small flake on the lip is the only detracting feature on the nice example of Wedgwood jasperware. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to make an offer.