Offered here is a ca. late 1800s, Salt Glaze Syrup Pitcher with Pewter Lid. It measures 5 ¾ inches high by 4 ¾ inches at the widest, including the handle. The raised design is ripened wheat stalks twined around the neck of the pitcher and draped over raised lattice work background. The color is colonial blue-gray. The pewter lid is secure with an offset thumb-leaf finial tab to open and is in good working condition. At some point in history, the handle was professionally repaired, but remains in sound condition. The pitcher is clean and is quite nice. New York State Tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in NYS. Local tax rate applies.
Antique Salt Glaze Syrup Pitcher with Pewter Lid