Here is lovely pink glass pitcher produced between the depression years of 1929-39. It looks similar to pitchers made by the lesser known Dunbar Glass Company but we were unable to find its exact identity. It includes the matching lid and may have been used for water, lemonade or ice tea.
Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. There are two small popped glass bubbles that are inside the glass and cannot be felt on either the outside or inside of the pitcher. They are shown in the last two photos inside the white marker circles.
8 1/4" tall to the rim
9 1/2" tall to the top of the lid
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