This isn't your grandmother's Wedgewood pitcher, or is it? Our antique transferware pitcher from the 1800s depicts a scene of the Boston State House and commemorates the Sulfingn Arch - something your grandmother may have owned.
Made in England by Wedgewood in the traditional blue and white color scheme... this earthenware vessel is far from retired. Of course, you could serve up cold milk to accompany a warm berry cobbler, or set it solo on your dresser for a little vintage charm.
Elegant yet simple and full of history, this one's a keeper for generations to come.
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- ONE antique Wedgewood transferware pitcher of the Boston State House (as shown)
Good antique condition; still functional for many situations. Shows overall surface wear, scuffs, discoloration, fleabite and tiny chips. Surface marks present on part of the transferware design. The handle has a dark residue that may or may not be desired by the buyer; because it does not easily wipe off, it has been left alone. No significant ships or cracks noted.