An antique glass pitcher that features a deep cobalt blue color. We see a swirled neck and applied handle. The seeded glass gives this a primitive look with tiny inclusions. This was most likely used for juice or milk.
An apprentice piece perhaps that we would date to the late 19th Century. There is a rough, open pontil at the bottom telling us that this was hand blown. The glass house is unknown.
Measures 8 inches tall with a 5 inch diameter opening. There is a small line extending from one inclusion which cannot be felt from either interior or exterior of pitcher and is most likely from the manufacturing process.