Antique Gray Mottled Agate Graniteware Pitcher 8 1/2" by L & G Mfg. Co. U.S.A.

Antique Gray Mottled Agate Graniteware Pitcher 8 1/2" by L & G Mfg. Co. U.S.A.

Regular price $79.50

 

Product Description:  Showcase this original, gray mottled agateware pitcher, made from one of the earliest makers of graniteware.  This shapely, single-handled pitcher by Lalance & Grosjean (L & G Mfg. Co.), stands 8 ½” tall with a smooth, glossy appearance.  Although it does have 1 ½” break in the steel on the bottom rim and cannot hold liquid, there is no doubt, this still is a fantastic early piece of graniteware which displays beautifully.

Note:  Please refer To “Condition” section for additional information.

Circa:  Late 1800’s – Early 1900’s

Dimensions: 
Height:  8 ½” (at tallest point on handle)
Opening at Top:  6 ¾” (from inside of handle to inside of spout)
Base:  4 ¾” (across)

Product Weight:  1 pound 2 ounces

Color:  Gray

Material:  Enameled Nickle Steel

Maker:  Lalance & Grosjean Mfg. Co.

Origin:  United States

Marks/Backstamps:  L & G Mfg. Co. Mark (as shown)

Condition:   Previously owned - used.  Good-Fair condition with an enamel chip on belly of pitcher with smaller chips on handle and top rim.  Bottom edge of base has been dented earlier on, which caused a 1 ½” break in the steel.  With this break, it cannot hold water.  Damage cannot be easily seen when pitcher is in upright position.  Being sold as an accent piece only.  Smooth and shiny appearance.

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