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A very pretty Brown Transferware Pitcher on a creamy white background !

Hard to tell age because it is not marked on the bottom. I would guess somewhere after the turn of the century - maybe c 1920's or 1930's ?? She would probably fall into the ironstone category - rather than fine china !

She seems to be in Great Condition ! I can not find any cracks or chips in it anywhere !
There are some glaze bumps in the body - probably because it was hard to apply the transfer over the flutes! You can feel and see some of these little imperfections - but nothing that is distracting from the overall beauty of this little jewel !
You would expect some imperfections with a piece of ceramic ware that has age and has been used lovingly over the years !!

It is interesting, because the body of the pitcher is fluted ! The transfer is a very pretty flower and vine pattern - on both the front and the back. The handle also has a scroll pattern down the length of it.

Her height is approximately 6 1/2 inches - and her width is approximately 5 inches + including the handle.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me - before you buy !

Your Beautiful little Brown Transferware Pitcher will be well packed and insured before she leaves me !

I am a proud member of the Florida "Team Fest" and also "EtsyLush Team".

I also have another shop on Etsy that sells my handmade jewelry. Please visit that, too !!

THANKS for looking ! Have a BLESSED Day !!



  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: ceramic ironstone, brown transferware
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 7 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people