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This unique little pitcher is a rare find! Made in England at the Anchor Pottery by Samuel Bridgwood & Sons, it dates to the late 1800s. It features a prominent pointy spout and little holes at the entrance of the spout for straining liquid (possibly tea leaves or heavy cream?).

Good condition considering its' age. No chips or cracks. It does have very light crazing throughout and a few dark spots, including one on the spout which may have been a very early repair to the piece.

Very special piece to add to your white pitcher collection.

Measures 3" tall, 4 1/2" from spout to handle.
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Antique White Pitcher or Creamer, Anchor Pottery, circa 1880s, England