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Etruscan Majolica Syrup Pitcher in the Sunflower Pattern

This is an antique Etruscan majolica syrup pitcher in the Sunflower Pattern made by Griffen, Smith & Hill pottery of Phoenixville Pennsylvania – makers of some of the most collectible American majolica from 1879 to 1892.

This syrup pitcher features a molded sunflower in relief against a pastel pink textured background with a tree limb shaped handle. The interior of this syrup pitcher is completely glazed in a creamy white and the pewter lid is in excellent condition, functions smoothly and fits squarely over the top.

This Etruscan majolica syrup pitcher weighs 1 pound, is 8 ½ inches tall to the top of the pewter lid finial, is 4 ¼ inches at its widest point, the syrup spout is 2 inches in diameter and the base is 3 inches in diameter. The base of the syrup pitcher is clearly marked with the incised Griffen, Smith & Hill monogram surrounded by "Etruscan Majolica" "E 23" and the number 48 stamped in black ink.

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