Early 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water PitcherEarly 1800s Cut Glass Water Pitcher

Stunning antique cut glass water pitcher from the 1800-1850 period. This is an American piece, done in the Bakewell style and most likely from the Philadelphia or Pittsburgh area. Done in the Anglo-Irish tradition of early American glass, this piece is leaded glass with beautiful cut diamonds on the surround, horizontal vessica cutting beneath, 3 cut "windows" in the upper portion, cut ovals on the rim, vessica cuts beneath the spout, annealed handle, and rayed cut bottom. It stands 6 3/4" tall and is approximately 5 1/2" in diameter at center (excluding handle). Water-white blank and in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, cloudiness. A fine piece of early American glassware. We've shown it beside a c.1800 Philadelphia decanter to give you an idea of size and look (decanter is not included).

The pitcher weighs a bit over 2 lbs before packing, and shipping will be via USPS Priority Mail.

Item ID: GL-10314

Early 1800s Cut Glass Water Pitcher

$195 USD

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