In 1892 there was a company located in Hartford, Connecticut called The Barbour Silver Company. Using Silverplate over what I think is Nickel, they made this water pitcher. Rather than pattern names at that time, they used to number each piece. This is marked on the
bottom with the company's logo and the item number 3026. That number was made in 1892. I've had this for a very long time. It had a small place where the bottom was slightly bent, which I've tried to show in my pictures. (It is very slight). To the top of the handle, it is
7 3/8" tall; It is 6 1/2" tall to top of spout; Sideways across the top is 3 1/4"; 5 5/8" front to back at the top. It has never been cleaned or polished that I know of. The detailing is significant. The pitcher was made up of panels, each with a scene of dancing, musicians playing, etc. The spout is heavily decorated like the rest, in great detail. Condition, minus the small bent spot, is excellent for a piece from 1892.
Barbour Silver Company Antique Water Pitcher, c. 1892
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