Non-Flint Early American Pattern Glass Currier & Ives Water Pitcher circa 1880
If you are looking for a new pitcher for summer lemonades, you will LOVE this pattern glass piece. The pattern has a faceted stem around the base and feature a stars and buttons to the top edge of the pitcher. There is a clear pattern free area then a saw tooth rim. There are horizontal ovals beneath the stars and buttons on the bowl. This is a non-flint glass. The pattern was made in an extended table service including butter, syrup, wines, spooner, compotes and other pieces. (Metz, Early American Pattern Glass, p. 158-159.) There are 3 mold lines. The pattern was produced between 1887 and 1898.
DIMENSIONS: 8 ¾” tall max x 8 ¾” wide max pour spout to tip of handle.
CONDITION: ready to unwrap and use at your next party or gathering. Gorgeous pitcher!