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French Copper and Brass Pitcher, Early 1900s <p>A beautiful large copper pitcher with a brass handle from the Beaujolais Region, circa 1900. The round body has two pleasing incised rings where the plates were hammered together. A flared band leads up to the angled neck and lipped rim. The bottom is lightly molded. The curved tubular brass handle is a nice tonal contrast to the copper.</p>

French Copper and Brass Pitcher, Early 1900s

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reference: T100
circa: 1900s
origin: France

height: 13.5"
width: 11"
depth: 8.5"

A beautiful large copper pitcher with a brass handle from the Beaujolais Region, circa 1900. The round body has two pleasing incised rings where the plates were hammered together. A flared band leads up to the angled neck and lipped rim. The bottom is lightly molded. The curved tubular brass handle is a nice tonal contrast to the copper.

Condition: Good antique condition. Age appropriate wear. One visible dent and some discoloration.

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