Posted 2 years ago
This crackle glass pitcher is 7.5" x 4" in diameter. The color is typically called "smoke". There are no mold lines. This pitcher was probably made by the Pilgrim Art Glass Company in the 1950s. Typically, these pitchers are for decorative purposes, as they are often very small. They could have been used as individual cream or syrup pitchers or, at best, as a full sized creamer. This pitcher is much larger than normal, holding a full 3.5 cups without over filling. This is the largest crackle glass pitcher I have seen. It is sturdy enough to fill completely without straining the handle which gives the appearance of being quite delicate. Calling it a mystery since it is not marked. I have no doubt that it is American made. A $1.99 GW find from some months ago.