A dark green Royal Bayreuth Bavaria porcelain pitcher in a traditional shape with a white, blue and grey/lavender floral center section. The flowers there are white roses.
The top around the small pitcher and the top and bottom of the dark green sections are lined with a thin line of dark maroon. There are rows of butterflies both above and below the white and blue flowered panel in the middle.
The stamp on the bottom dates this pitcher from the range of 1902 to 1957 for its production.
In nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks.
Beautiful little pitcher! Has a shiny finish inside and a textured finish on the outside. Some wear on the bottom as would be expected an item of this age.
Hallmarked on the bottom -
Royal Bayreuth Bavaria Priv 1794 with. P and a T in the center.
The Royal Bayreuth Company was founded in 1794. The factory has been a leader in the production of porcelain for over 200 years. It is located in the Thuringian Hills in Germany. Royal Bayreuth is recognized today as Germany's finest producer of quality porcelain. Though delicate in feel and appearance, it's durability makes it last for years.
This mid century or earlier aged pitcher measures approximately 5” across from the end of the handle to the tip fo the spout. It is 6“ high. The bottom has an approximate 2 1/4“ diameter.
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