I believe this large, old pitcher was made by the Universal Potteries of Cambridge Ohio. This isn't marked on the bottom but I have had one before that was marked. It is similar to a syrup pitcher but this large size was generally used for pancake batter. The top portion of the pitcher is creamy white and the bottom portion has a blue glaze. The plastic lid is in a matching blue color. The lever on the top of the lid pulls back to open the pour spout. The glaze is crackled which can be seen in the photos.
It measures about 9” high excluding the little lever. It is in fairly good condition with light wear. There are some dark scuff marks which I wasn‘t able to clean off with soap and water. There is a crack on the inside which does not go through to the outside and the lid is cracked on both halves of the spout. All of these are shown in the photos and have been considered in the pricing.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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