Early American Dinnerware Ceramic Cobalt-trimmed Jug with Floral Decal
Early American ceramic dinnerware jug, or pitcher, with floral decals and cobalt blue. Gold trim shows some wear. No mark other than "16" in gold on the bottom, most likely the decorator's mark. This piece is typical, in shape and design, of American dinnerware made during the late 1800's to early 1900's. I have not been able to identify the company that made it. Measures 6"h x 5"d. No actual damage, just some pottery separation near the bottom rim that is under the glaze, and normal wear. Sold as is. Inglenook Antiques...Established 1989.