Old, Vintage Mt. Washington, Pairpoint Glass Burmese Cider Pitcher, 1890's


Old, Vintage Mt. Washington, Pairpoint Glass Burmese Cider Pitcher, 1890's

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Old, Vintage Mt. Washington, Pairpoint Glass Burmese Cider Pitcher, 1890's:
$141


Old, vintage circa 1890's Mt. Washington Burmese glass cider pitcher (please see attached pictures). We previously listed this pitcher but missed what may be a heat check on the inside of the pitcher where the top part of the handle attaches to the pitcher. There is a 1" long line as shown in the last picture that follows the shape of the top of the applied handle downward. It can't be felt even with a fingernail but it can be seen as shown as shown. The pitcher rings like it's not cracked but we can't be sure of this one 1" line area at the handle on the inside. Otherwise, the pitcher is as previously described, excellent, no chips, cracks, or repairs just some light wear.

Item is 6&5/8" tall and shades from yellow at the bottom to rose at the top. Requires $12.00 shipping and US sale only. Also, this is our sixteenth year on and, as always, satisfaction guaranteed or money back. Thanks for stopping in.


Old, Vintage Mt. Washington, Pairpoint Glass Burmese Cider Pitcher, 1890's:
$141

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