This early American pattern glass (EAPG) 8.75 inch pitcher has a distinctive butterfly design near the top edge. The top of the pitcher has a handsome zigzag pattern. There is a very tiny flake on one of the points. Below the butterfly design is a feather and fan design and, father down, handsome narrow triangles with rows of beading topping a hexagonal design. The pitcher has a pedestal. From the tip of the spout to the end of the handle is 7.25 inches. We see one bubble trapped in the glass on the spout and one in the handle. There are no hairlines or repairs. The butterflies make this a special piece. If anyone knows the actual pattern name, would you please share it with us?
Early American Antique Pattern Glass Pitcher with Butterflies