Decorative Pitcher, Peacock Portrait, Gold Trim, Collectible, Hand Painted, 7 Inch, Giftware
This is a charming green pitcher with gold trim. It has a peacock portrait in the center. The pitcher is hand painted. This is a really nice collectible. It would be lovely in a china or curio cabinet. It could be used as a wonderful bud vase.
7½ inches in height
Approximately 4 inches in diameter at its widest.
Maker is Unknown
This pitcher is in excellent condition. There are no chips, cracks, or crazing. The gold trim doesn't have any rubbing or chipping.
This would make a great gift for a holiday or other special occasion.
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'LIKE NEW' Perfect mint condition.
EXCELLENT: Item has no chips cracks or crazing. May show wear from over the years such as small utensil marks.
GREAT: Item shows signs of wear due to everyday use. Larger utensil marks small flea bit chips.
VERY GOOD: Item has larger signs of wear from everyday use. Such as minor scratches, scuffing, crazing or flea bite chips.
GOOD: Item shows its years of use and love. There will be flaws such as chips, small cracks, more pronounced crazing etc. Price will reflect these defects. The item will show a larger amount of wear.
FAIR: Numerous noted flaws, some very significant. Larger cracks, chips, mars, etc. The item will have very significant wear for its years of use.
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