- Dimensions: 7" wide x 6" high x 4" base diameter
- This gorgeous jaspé pitcher was made by hand in Alsace, France between 1820-1830. This piece features a rare palette of inky blacks, blues, and grays in the jaspé glazing technique, which is characterized by marbled swirls.
- A true example of utilitarian art, we love using these pieces as vessels for wildflowers (we recommend using a liner), paintbrushes, or kitchen utensils.
- This pitcher is in very good antique condition, showing signs of wear consistent with age and use, including chips and losses. Please see our detailed photos.
This item will be packed with the utmost care and shipped via UPS. Rates are calculated at checkout.
We want you to be fully satisfied with your purchase. If for any reason you are not satisfied, the item may be returned in its original condition for store credit or exchange. The customer has 7 days after delivery to inspect the order and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if they wish to make a return.
For more information about shipping, as well as our returns & exchanges policy, please visit our Customer Service page.
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