Made by Saint Amand et Hamage, this pitcher does show signs of wear, crazing and slight discoloration as would be expected of pieces this age - dating to the 1890's. Some of the edges are worn and there is a spot along the lip that the glaze has worn away. There is also a tiny hair line crack along the back edge of the lip near the handle. This may have been a repair at one time but seems very stable and does not detract from the overall beauty of this historical piece.
The pitcher measures 10" in over all width and 6" tall.
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