Virginia Blackberry, US Glass
Year(s) of Production: Unknown
Pattern Description: Six panels, below each panel is an inverted arc of caning and where the arcs meet is a small diamond of additional caning.Between the panels are indented lines to the top.Each panel is filled with a hanging branch of leaves and four blackberries.
This 4″ child's pitcher is 2 1/4″ across the heavily patterned collar base. The top is scalloped sawtooth and the handle is molded. In EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass) there is a pattern called Galloway (#15086) matching this one except that it doesn't have the blackberry spray in the panels. Only found in blue, this is a very scarce pattern. One sold at auction in 1994 for $625.
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