Antique Roseville Pottery tulip pitcher, c. 1910. A beautiful piece in a light and dark yellow barrel shape with lovely blue tulips and green leaves all around. A great pitcher to display or use, and it makes a wonderful vase or utensil holder! The pitcher stands 7 3/8" tall and is approximately 6" in diameter at center. It has an old chip at the spout as pictured but no other damage. (Do note that these early pieces have glaze pops and kiln imperfections, all expected and adding character to each piece.) It does have crazing appropriate to age. This piece is unmarked, as are many early Roseville pieces, but well documented as Roseville.
This pitcher weighs 3 3/4 lbs before packing, and shipping will be via FedEx Ground or Home Delivery, insurance included.