Possibly by Hobbs, Brockunier and Company (active 1863–about 1890)
Place of Creation: Possibly Wheeling, West Virginia, United States
22.9 cm (9 in.)
Medium or Technique
Blown-molded glass with applied handle
Not On View
Colorless heavy flint pitcher with applied handle. Pitcher is semi-bulbous in shape, tapering at neck then flaring out at rim with wide, raised pouring spout. Three rows of hobnail pattern - protruding rectangles encircling the body of pitcher - twelve rectangles per row. Twelve raised squares around base of pitcher.
Mrs. William H. Fenn, III, Yorklyn SR 21, Mt Cuba, Delaware; See George and Helen McKearin's American Glass pg. 420-421.
William H. Fenn III Glass Collection