This functional little piece of Heisey in a very simple pattern. These little pitchers were used in old soda fountains and restaurants as well as in the home. It was made by A.H. Heisey & Co. of Newark, Ohio and in their 1913 catalog it is described as the No.353 - 5 Oz. Sanitary Syrup, Patent No. 40600. It is clear paneled glass with an applied handle. Although difficult to make out, in the center of the bottom is the Diamond H trademark as well as what appears to be Pat’d May 1909. The Diamond H trade mark is also faintly on either side of the spout. The metal lid which is appears to be nickel over brass is a removable slip on style with a hinged section operated by the thumb tab. On the inside it reads; Pat’d April 5, 1910. This pitcher would also work well for salad dressings.
It measures about 3” tall to the lip of the pitcher, slightly higher with the thumb lever and the base measures almost 3” in diameter. It is in very nice original condition with minimal wear to the glass. There are a few teeny nicks to the top edge under the lid. The nickel plating on the lid is fairly good but there is some discoloration, scratches and minor plating loss especially toward the spout edge which can be seen in the photos. The inside of the lid has worn plating and discoloration.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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