Here is a milk pitcher or gravy jug that was made in the Staffordshire region of England, probably the Potteries District. It is decorated with acanthus leaves, molded and painted, along with a band of colored leaves and berries under the brown rim. The base is fashioned of scrolls, painted in brown. It is marked underneath with an impressed capital letter F inside a square, but I have not been able to trace the maker. The pitcher is six inches high and has no damage but small flakes of the decoration are missing in several places. Please check the photos for more information.
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