By F & F Mold & Die Works, this vintage syrup pitcher features Aunt Jemima. The syrup is made of hard plastic with painted features. As is common, Aunt Jemima has paint loss but she has retained most of the coloring of her face and arms. No chips, cracks, or breaks found. Her apron and the kerchief around her neck has tanned. The syrup is 5" tall and made of hard plastic. There is a handle on her back with a riveted push down lever to open the pitcher for pouring or filling. The bottom of the syrup has the F&F Mold & Die Works raised logo on its base. Her "character" name; Aunt Jemima, is in raised letters below the handle on her back. A nice set for the collector of Salt & Pepper Shakers, Black Americana, or fun mid-century plastics.
The last photo shows matching shakers listed separately in this shop.
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