9" tall. and 7" wide.
This water pictcher from Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is in box and never used.
American,mid 19th Century
This Parian porcelain pitcher features an applique decortion of jonquils and arching leaves rendered in high relief.
Parian were, an unglazed porcelain resembling Parian marble was widely used for statuettes, pitchers, vases, trinket boxes, and tableware. The process for producing parian ware was develped by the Copeland factory in England in the 1940s, and later introduced to the Bennington factory in Vermont.
Note: The box in not in good shape and therefore the box,is not suitable for gifts.
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