This early 1900s Jug/Pitcher by Nelson McCoy is a must for the rustic and hardy primitive décor. The green glazed pitcher measures 8 3/4 inches tall with a bottom diameter of 5 ¾ inches. It's a hefty one showing some age-related nicks and bruises to the spout where you would most expect it to happen; but age and use adds history to a decorative piece. Aside from that, the pitcher has a good hard glaze and has no cracks. The bottom is unglazed and rough. Both front and back carry a raised grape design. There is also a raised beaded band around the top and the bottom. It is quite nice, one of the better ones I've come across. You can find these, but for the most part they are generally in pretty bad condition. This one is shiny clean and in good condition; great for a bouquet of flowers. Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.