What got my attention looking at this Pressed Glass Pitcher was the beautiful swirl, scroll, and bead shaped bottom! Very pretty and different. The nearly 9" tall Pressed Glass Cylindrical Pitcher has thick walls with a high pouring lip. The body is divided into three panels by glass beads. Each panel is engraved with a floral design. The flowers are roses with leaves tied together with a bow. The design covers most of the panel. The ear shaped handle is clear glass. The top sides of the pitcher are serrated edges. The base has a starburst design.
Condition is very good. One of points on the serrated edge has a hard to see slice chip. The handle has a crack on the underneath side at the top. It does not go through the whole handle, therefore the pitcher is still very sturdy to pick up and pour. There are a few bubbles in the glass done during manufacturing. This type of pitcher was made during the late 1800's to early 1900's.