$55 · EAPG Pitcher in the Colonial Pattern
This EAPG pitcher in the "Colonial" pattern was originally called, "Chippendale", a design used by the Ohio Flint Glass Company who transferred the moulds, together with their rights, to the Jefferson Glass Company in 1913. At the same time, Jefferson acquired a Canadian factory in Toronto.* This pitcher was likely produced out of the Toronto factory for the Canadian market. Circa early 1900's.
The pitcher is heavy and has round scalloped edges around the top, recessed panels around the circumference and a lovely round motif on the bottom.
Height 8 1/2″ (22 cm)
In excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
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|Posted||October 03, 2016|
|Renewed||January 13, 2017|
|Expiry||February 12, 2017|