Antique Sterling Cut Glass Syrup Pitcher

A fine Classic Antique 19th Century Syrup Pitcher designed with a Sterling Silver Collar lid and handle on a heavy Cut Glass base, the cut pattern appears to be Wheat and Fern? with foliage continuous around the shoulder with a vertical deep cut 2" height around the base. The pitcher base is cut flat and polished with very narrow beveled edge. The Glass is not marked. The Collar is marked STERLING 3. No makers name is visible.

SIZE: 4-1/4" tall to the top of the Sterling lip. Glass is 2-1/2" at the shoulder and 3/8" thick.

CONDITION: LID damage, tight and works well..t is a Monogram on the top of the lip, which is quite fancy and a G I think.

GLASS: only damage and I hesitate to call this damage but it is a pinpoint edge nick on the base of the pitcher. I have shown the tiny spot in the pictures below. Virtually impossible to find glass of this age without some tiny defect.

All in all this lovely piece of late Victorian / early 20th Century Tableware will be a treasure for you and your family for many years to come.

All items described as Vintage are guaranteed to be Vintage and not new modern Reproductions. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Shipping is at cost and not negotiable. Insurance is required. The Buyer pays actual shipping and Insurance by USPS Priority Mail or USPS First Class Mail
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