Wednesday, October 28, 2009


I'm trying to find out about this pitcher.

It is a good 14" tall!
and heavy!

I've been looking it up on line but found nothing yet.

anyone a Fenton expert??

=0) bj


She Was Old Fashioned said...

HI Barbara I didn't see anything wrong with Blogger this morn. I love your pitcher it's very sweet. Have a wonderful day!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Sorry, I can't help, but it is just gorgeous. Hugs, Marty

Claudia said...

I wish I was a Fenton expert - I love that pitcher, Barbara Jean!

ClassyChassy said...

Wish I knew something about that to help you, but...I'm more knowledgeable about animals than objects, for the most part! The pitcher looks to be sort of 'Egyptian' or part art deco - the handle, I think, makes it appear so. Very interesting shape!

Anonymous said...

I found this on the internet where someone was selling a plate with the Baker & Co stamp--
"The name Baker & Co. was incorporated in many printed or impressed marks. From 1860 on, the name of the pattern is often included. "Ltd" was added from 1893."

penny patten said...

Have you checked out Road side Antiques?

Shopgirl said...

I haven't seen one like it. It is really pretty, it maybe a one of a kind. Happy hunting...It looks like Art Deco...lovely.
Hugs, Mary

Jennifer said...

Hey try going to ebay and typing in the bottom of the pitcher and you might find the collection that way..i have found many things of mine by doing that:) Hope this helps!!

Suzy said...

The pitcher looks fabulous. Surprised you can't find anything about it on-line... Happy VBF!