What a treasure – this is the green corn pitcher made by Brush Pottery in the early1900’s! Measures 6” tall, marked on bottom: 44. Pitcher is in wonderful condition – it has typical production blems – a non-color/glaze on side of lip, a glaze pool/run on one side, a fired-on pottery flake at bottom edge. There is also some non-color/glaze on bottom dry (setting) ring and a possible “use” slice type chip – I’m not certain if it’s use or production. Collectors of older stoneware know how difficult it is to find this little pitcher!