This antique blue and white glazed stoneware pitcher is a Brush McCoy piece. It is in their willow pattern also known as basket weave and morning glory. This pitcher dates to the early 20th century. The glaze is crazed which can be seen by enlarging the photos. There are a couple small flakes on the rim pointed out in the second to last picture. One is visible but is small enough that it could easily by covered up with a spot of blue paint. The other flake is tiny and hard to see with the naked eye. There are also a couple hairlines at the rim. They are hard to see in person. These, and a line in the middle of them, are shown in the last photo. I have also pointed out manufacturing flaws on the handle and inside wall. Flaws like this are common in utilitarian stoneware from the early 20th century. Overall this 100 plus year old pitcher is in decent condition. It is very attractive with its all over basket weave design and spray of flowers on each side. This is a nice stoneware piece to use and/or display.