This Victorian silver plate water pitcher was made by the prestigious Barbour Silver Company. These were extremely popular in the later Victorian times and were used to store and serve cold water. This one has some unique features, such as the double goblets and the porcelain liner. The pitcher is designed to rest in the cradle or frame and can be tilted to pour directly into a goblet. The pitcher lifts off to be easily cleaned or filled. The goblets securely rest in each holder. Notice the delicate chase work on the pitcher and goblets. Their tops and bottoms are boldly decorated. I especially love the pierced, stylized floral design on the sides of the frame. The silver plating is original and in excellent condition. All pieces are in excellent overall condition. 21"h X 9"w X 12"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1870's.