I believe this to be a pitcher. I am not sure of the exact age, or origin. It has several marks, or stamps. It has what looks to be a small crown stamped in three different places on the pitcher. One on the handle, one on the lid, and one below the outer rim. T is the letter M, and the letter L, also stamped beneath the outer rim, and t is also a mark in that same area that I cannot make out. The word LITRE is stamped on the outside of the pitcher. On the outside, on the bottom are two crowned roses, and RUDOTALILLE Mon OUDART, stamped in a circle. The pitcher measures approximately 8 1/8" tall x 5 3/4" wide (including the handle). The lid has a couple of small cracks, and the container has typical dings, and scratches (as seen in the pictures), but over-all it is in good condition for its age. If you have any questions, please email me, and PLEASE LOOK @ PICTURES CAREFULLY! Check out my other autions for more antique, and pewter items! Thanks for looking, and happy bidding! :)
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