Circa 1950's. This is an odd size, restaurant ware pitcher that was made by Jackson China, Philadelphia. It's too large for a coffee creamer, or syrup pitcher. Perhaps it was used for family style meals? It stands 4&3/4 inches tall, and is 4&3/4 at the widest point on the bottom (not including the handle) The opening at the top is 4&1/4, at the widest point from the spout tip to the rim. Again, not including the handle. It is in mint, from the factory, condition. There is a small, unglazed flaw on the handle. It's heavy, weighing 1 pound, 5 ounces before packing. The airbrush design is just beautiful! Shades of pink, with a white rose. The design is the same on both sides. Signed on the bottom. Nice, shiny finished, it really doesn't look like it's ever been used.
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