Edwardian Iona Blue Transferware Pitcher Jug Ewer Blue And White E Wedgwood
This is an Edwardian era E. Wedgwood, England pitcher, jug or ewer in a floral blue transfer or transferware pattern called Iona made 1908-1925.
The pretty pitcher is made in semi porcelain, a form or or ironstone with a gorgeous blue transferware floral pattern and sponged gold trim.
The pitcher or jug measures 7.5 inches high by 7 inches long by 5.5 inches in diameter, and may have originally been part of a pitcher and bowl set.
The elegant antique water or milk jug and is in excellent used vintage condition with no chips, cracks or gold wear and is absolutely lovely.
Besides being perfect for the dining or tea table, this beautiful pitcher is perfect for display or use as a jug with flowers for a charming centerpiece.
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