1940's Zinnia Pottery Pitcher
Very unusual "in these parts" - An American 1940's refrigerator pitcher by The Brotherhood of Potters, Universal Cambridge in Ohio, USA.
These pottery jugs/pitchers were made to be kept in the refrigerator to keep your water cold and tasting fresh. They were also used to keep water warm in the oven for hot drinks.
It is 8 3/4 inches high to the top of the spout,8 inches wide and 3 .5 inches deep.
There is a stopper in the top with a cork surround.
The floral decoration on the sides is so lovely with colourful Zinnias all on a soft cream background.
UK postage £5.50