Antique White Enamelware Pitcher with Black Trim 8 1/4" Farmhouse Accent
Description: Accent your home with this early enamelware pitcher from the late 1800s – early 1900s. It’s a nice smaller size measuring 8 ¼ inches tall with a white enameled surface, black rim and handle. Nice size for a bathroom, kitchen or shelf. Interior and exterior is clean and smooth, with just a few enamel chips to provide that charming appearance for your home.
Care: Hand wash soap and water
Circa: Late 1800s to Early 1900s
Capacity: 8 cups
Height: 8 1/4”
Width: 7 3/4” (end of handle to end of spout)
Width: 4” (opening only)
Base Diameter: 4”
Product Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
Markings: No visible markings or signatures
Primary Material: Enamelware (enamel over metal)
Color: White and Black
Style: Farmhouse, Country
Condition: Previously owned - used. Very good condition. No holes and does hold water. Two ½” early, enamel chips inside on bottom. Two mini chips under rim and one under-behind handle.
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Ships only to the 48 contiguous states
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