Lustreware will never get old. Our grouping of four antique English copper lustreware pitchers and jugs are from an estate sale. These pieces are dated to the 1800's Victorian era. Can't you see these filled with fresh flowers on a window sill?
The largest pitcher has an unidentified mark appearing like an arrowhead on a ball. The other three items are unmarked. (During the mid-1800s there were numerous Staffordshire factories producing similar copper lustre pieces that were produced unmarked, making it difficult to connect a piece to a specific maker or pottery.)
The largest pitcher has an embossed dancing couple with scroll handle. The white banded pitcher has florals and vine motif with a scroll handle. The last two have a similar darker band with pink floral motif.
Simply lovely... start a collection today!
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- Four lustreware antique pitchers and jugs (as shown)
All four items have some scratches, scuffs, discoloration and markings consistent with age. No chips or cracks noted.
-Color: copper lustre with pink and white
-Dimensions: The largest pitcher is 5.75" H x 5.5" W; the next largest with white band is 4.75" H x 5.5" W; the last two with pink floral are 4-1/8" H x 5" W and 4" H x 3' W.