Circa early 1900's featured is a pristine example of an early art glass jug or pitcher. It is opalescent with what looks like a Honeycomb & Herringbone Optic that covers the entire body and continues under the foot up to the polished pontil. This is an elegant high-quality piece with a polished pontil. Unfortunately I have been unable to identify it - so any info would be appreciated. The rim/opening has 4 lobes (like a clover) and it has an applied reeded handle. It stands 8" (H), 4" (W) at the rim and 3-1/2" (W) at the foot. Condition is mint without chips, cracks or internal staining.
Specializing in American Elegant Glassware of the Depression Era