Meroer Pitcher Floral Embossed Gold Accents
The Mercer Pottery Company was started in 1868 by James Moses in Trenton, New Jersey and ran successfully until the 1930s. It claimed to have made the first semi-porcelain ware in the United States
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This is a beautiful Meroer semi-vitreous white porcelain pitcher. The piece has a scalloped rim and an ornate c shape handle. The body features embossed scrolls, a lovely floral design in shades of lavender with green foliage and gold accents. The piece is stamped Meroer Semi-Vitreous Porcelain.
This Charming Pitcher will pair with any white basin to make a wash set, create a unique vase for silk flowers or make a great display in a bed and breakfast on the mantel of in a china cabinet.
Condition: Good shape for the age, typical crazing and some marks.
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Measurements: 8 ½” Tall x 7” Wide x 5 ½”Deep