This is a lovely antique Victorian milk glass syrup pitcher in the Alba pattern by Dithridge Glass Company, circa 1890s. It has a honeycomb pattern in the glass on the base and handpainted flowers. The lid is silverplated. There is no damage to the glass, no chips, cracks or repairs, but the lid has discoloration and wear and what appears to be syrup residue around the inside rim as shown in the pictures. I have not removed or polished the silver-plate top, and the handle on this one is applied, so there are some areas where it does not quite smoothly meet the side, but I do believe this was in the making. It stands 6.25 inches tall and is really a lovely example of old Victorian milk glass. I have another one of these listed, with a slightly different floral pattern on it and other slight differences.