This is a pitcher that is 7 1/2" tall. It is leaning, presumably on purpose. It has gilding around the scalloped rim. It is decorated (hand painted) with beautiful flowers. This pitcher appears to match a plate I have listed (7439). It has an impressed mark, but I cannot make it out. The plate is marked as follows: The bottom is marked with a red printed mark, Royal Bonn Germany. There is a black triangle mark with GESETZLICH and two names I cannot make out. There is a number 153789. There is also an impressed mark. This appears to be an 1888 1920 mark of the Franz Anton Mehlem Earthenware Factory. The pitcher has condition problems. The handle has been repaired. There are two sizable chips on the base. There is a tight 2" hairline from the top.