This small, cream size, pitcher was made by McCoy. It is a pattern known as water lilly or lotus. McCoy made these pieces in the 1930's. This one is in a lite greenish glaze which McCoy used on some of their early pieces. It is marked 124 on the bottom. The glaze is crazed. This shows up more on the inside. To see crazing on the outside of this pitcher it has to be held up to a strong light. There is a chip on the handle and a small chip or glaze flake on the inside rim. This attractive early McCoy pitcher is a nice size for use in the kitchen, bathroom or office.
Early McCoy water Lilly pattern cream pitcher