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Unusually elegant with its Art Nouveau derived intertwined floral bunches, this small pitcher (or large creamer) shows a generous use of gilding contrasted with softly opalescent dove gray-lavender decorations. A wonderful addition to a porcelain collection or simply to add old world refinement to afternoon tea, it stands out wherever it is.

Circa 1880s-1890s. 4” diameter and 5.2” tall at the body with the handle being 5.5” high. 7” from handle edge to spout. Very fine condition with no cracks, chips, or crazing. There is some minor wear to the gold on the handle and rim.

Hutschenreuther Bavarian pottery was produced under several names at different times, thus there are many examples of different hand-painted designs decorating the same basic forms of gently curving bodies with sinuous handles. This piece is marked but not signed by its painter, as was the norm for these pieces.

Note: The underplate in the photo is for styling only, it is not included with the pitcher (it’s a design by Ernest Sohn from the fifties).

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Cäcilie Porcelain Pitcher, Hand-Painted Bavarian (JHR Hutschenreuther)


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: porcelain, gold, gilt, ceramic
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 34 reviews
  • Favorited by: 30 people