Victorian ironstone pitcher, about 10" high. It has a fancy mold, with rope handle and gilt trim. The pitcher is decorated with transfers lavender pink flowers, which look like cherry or apple blossoms.
The pitcher has a strainer at the lip, and was probably used for ice water, or perhaps lemonade. It dates from about 1880 - 1890. There are no marks, but I believe it was made in Germany.
No chips or cracks, some wear to the gilt trim. It is quite usable for drinks or as a vase for flowers.