This little cream pitcher is an old piece of restaurant china. The white china has a logo on one side and it reads; Mayaland Lodge - Chichen-Itza - Yucatan. Apparently the Mayaland Lodge was one of the first hotels in Chichen-Itza and was built around 1923. Above the logo there is a red and a blue accent line that circles the pitcher. There is also a thin blue line down the handle. The bottom is marked Buffalo China - Made in U.S.A. - E.J.A.. The initial could possibly be a date code. I believe this piece is prior to the 1940’s.
It measures about 3” high to the top of the handle and about 2 5/8” high at the spout. It measures about 2 5/8” across from the handle to the spout. It is in very good condition with minimal wear and no damage. It looks like there is a slight rust staining on the inside.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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