From the age of scientific innovation and advancement comes the Kelvinator water pitcher. Before the time of refrigerator water and ice dispensers, was this sleek Art Deco accessory from the 1930's. The advent of in-home refrigerators was barely more than a decade old when this stylish wonder graced the kitchens of the truly modern home of the time. Imagine the pride in pouring a cold glass of refreshing crystal clear water from this impressive vessel for your guest who very possibly did not yet own an electric refrigerator. That same sense of pride can be yours today if you were to become the proud owner of this lovely Kelvinator water pitcher.
In the early years of home refrigerators, Kelvinator had more than 75% of the market. The Kelvinator company was later purchased by Electrolux. The water pitcher was manufactured for Kelvinator by the GCF company of Ohio. Their stamp has worn off the bottom of the pitcher. The pitcher is in very good condition. It has crazing commensurate with its age. There is some slight discoloration and a small chip on the spout--see photos. It weighs 4 pounds. The height without the lid is 4 5/8", the width is 4 1/8" and it measures 10" from handle to spout. It is once more ready to slake the thirst of the most parched visitor to your home.