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1879 Reed Barton ice-water pitcher with enamel insert and original matching cup. Ice water was a top commodity in the 1800s and only the rich could afford such a luxury. This jug would sit on the sideboard and everyone would share the cup to get a cold drink. Cup, 5.75"H x 2.5"Dia.
About the Seller
Object Quality is a Los Angeles-area antiques dealership specializing in rare and one-of-a-kind decorative items. We procure original oil, watercolor and gouache paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, mostly of listed artists. We also have an excellent selection of Scandinavian and French art glass, antique serving pieces, English silverplate, rugs, and small pieces of furniture.
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- 11" L x 7" W x 12" H