Early 1900’s?

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Joe777, Feb 14, 2020 at 10:48 PM.

  1. Joe777

    Joe777 Member

    E43CA9B6-B0DC-4036-A9C2-833C38B72EAA.jpeg F9247082-C167-4DD5-934F-099926533A00.jpeg DEA665C0-4400-4B55-993F-BCC72FCE6763.jpeg B7E17DFF-024C-455C-A613-51FD07E9DD6A.jpeg Another thrift store find can anyone help me out with some information on this pitcher.
     
  2. flipper

    flipper Active Member

    Could you provide a picture with something to show it's size/scale? Is it very heavy?
     
  3. wiscbirddog

    wiscbirddog Well-Known Member

  4. Aquitaine

    Aquitaine Is What It IS! But NEVER BOARED!

    Or at least STATE its weight and dimensions???? AND are there any markings on the bottom??? Thanks!!!!!
     
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  5. Joe777

    Joe777 Member

    It is 8 1/4” from the ground to highest point of lip and handle. It holds 32oz full all most to the top. I do not have a weight but it is heavy.
     
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  6. Joe777

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  7. Joe777

    Joe777 Member

    Also, no markings on the bottom
     
  8. dude

    dude Well-Known Member

  9. Joe777

    Joe777 Member

    thanks, I was waiting for “nice jugs” haha
     
  10. Cherryhill

    Cherryhill Well-Known Member

    All of your pieces (not the green lamp) are of the "Colonial" style. Ca. 1895-1935.
     
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  11. Joe777

    Joe777 Member

    Thank you cherry hill. Colonial has been in many of my search texts looking for who makes this pitcher. I know the little sugar n creamer are Heisey and the other pitcher is possibly Heisey peerless 300 but does not have any markings on the bottom. I’m very happy with all the feedback and information i have gotten back on this website since joining.
     
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  12. Mansons2005

    Mansons2005 Nasty by Nature, Curmudgeon by Choice

    And ya know what? We're very happy to have you here! Its approaching the point where you are no longer a YOU but an US.
     
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