Art porcelain bearing the mark R.S Prussia was manufactured by Reinhold Schlegelmilch, circa 1900 - 1915 in a German area know until the end of WWI known as Prussia.
This lovely syrup pitcher w/under-plate is decorated with pastel pink, yellow, red and white rose blossoms against a background of off-white with lavender and tan highlights. The graceful form consists of large embossed scrolls, gently scalloped rims, sculptured handle, spout and finial and raised embossed base. It is enhanced overall with gold highlights. The syrup pitcher measures 4 1/4" in height, 6" from spout-to-handle and 4 1/2" in width; the under-plate measures 6 1/4" across. There are no cracks, chips or repairs. The syrup is marked with the "red mark", the under-plate is unmarked.