This very rare Wedgwood Majolica cream colored pitcher with raised yellow sun flower and pink lilies in brown pots adore the outside of this pitcher alternating on each of the 6 sides. The inside of the pitcher is a pale blue in color with some crazing but no cracks or chips. The handle appears as if it was attached after the firing as you can see where it was attached. There are no chips noted in the glaze where the handle were attached indicating to me that it was attached after the firing. The underside of the pitchers has some crazing and a embedded number 24 along with Wedgwood and a number 3187. Kovels has this listed in their 2004 Antiques and Collectibles, page 863 as 8 1/4 inch tall. I believe this to be a prototype before or after the 6 1/2 inch tall pitcher. Their price is significantly higher then what I have this listed as this could be one of a kind. There does not appear to have any chips or cracks over the inner or outer surface. A very sturdy colorful pitcher. Measurements: 6 1/2 inches tall, 3 3/4inches from side to side, Handle length 4 inches and foot measures 3 3/8in.
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