A wonderful piece of treasured porcelain from the first the early 1900s. A ewer (pitcher) with raised flowers and handpainted, there are accents of gold. Through the years, much of the gold has been worn off and it has become well aged piece. Measuring 6 3/4" in height, the base measures 4" in diameter, at the top it measures 1 1/2" across. The flowers are pink, gold, yellow, the leaves are a light green. The handle was broken off at one time but was expertly repaired so you don't even notice it unless you look at the item under a magnifying glass. The bottom end of the handle appears to be missing a piece as it is rough to touch and there is no gold paint. Again, I had to use a magnifying glass. The lip of the ewer is rough to touch with a few fleabites noticed under a magnifying glass. A darling piece of a long ago era that will look charming on a shelf or a table.