New Martinsville "Horseshoe Daisy" Pitcher
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Large pitcher in the "Horseshoe Daisy" pattern #717, introduced by New Martinsville in 1912. Has a pale "sun amethyst" appearance against a white background due to the chemical composition of the glass. Color will likely intensify if exposed to ultraviolet light. Measures 7.5"h. Has 3 minor rough spots on the tip top of the handle, pouring lip, and underside of the bottom (very hard to photograph). Please email any questions. Sold as is. Inglenook Antiques...Established 1990.
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- intro 1912
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