Here I have a beautiful Early American Pattern Glass syrup pitcher. EAPG is really not my area of knowledge as far as glassware goes, so I'm going to just describe it the best I can and let you be the judge. If you would care for some more photos, feel free to let me know.
The pitcher is about 6 3/4 inches tall and about 4 1/2 inches across the base. The circumference around the base is 13 3/4 inches. The handle is from the mold, definitely not applied. The handle does have some sort of strawmark, which I have taken a photo of. (feel free to request more photos!) The lid is metal and has a little tab near the handle that you push on to open it. There is a pouring lip inside of the lid. This lip does have a small rough spot on it. There are some surface scratches to the metal on the exterior of the lid. The lid appears to screw on, but is attached very tightly, so I have not removed it. The body has a raised design of roses, leaves, and trellis. The glass doesn't appear in any way cloudy. This is a really pretty and unique piece!
If anyone knows what the pattern or who made this, I'd love to hear from you!
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I have been a dealer of antique and collectable glass for over 10 years locally at antique malls and online. I am experienced and identify my items with care. I will describe them to the best of my ability with condition noted. I have never had a buyer complaint. Locally I've had the same customers for years and sell special pieces to other dealers.