This colorful nineteenth-century Jaspee pitcher has a yellow base glaze with a green and red glaze marbling on top. Perhaps used for cream, sauce, or table wine in a cafe, it would make a cheerful addition to any kitchen, pottery collection, or as a petite vase for flowers or kitchen utensils. Note the piece is solid despite the slight glazing crack near spout.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 6¼" high x 7" Including handle 5½" deep
Approx. overall 16cm high x 18cm Including handle 14cm deep