This is a lovely old white ironstone pitcher. It is very basic and simple with just two thin green lines decorating it below the rim. It has a swirl of raised pottery on each side. It has the Pennsylvania State Emblem and Motto, Virtue, Liberty and Independence on one side in green.
It is in very good condition. It has a slight smudge of green paint under the glaze on the opposite side of the pitcher.
The manufacturer's mark is stamped on the bottom. It is marked Sterling, Vitrified China, East Liverpool, Ohio, U.S.A., A.
It dates to around the 1940's.
It measures approximately 8 ½" in from handle to spout and 7 ½" high.