Milk-glass pitcher or gravy boat has an oval-shaped body with a side handle and a spout at opposite ends. Each side has a large oval shape surrounded by rippling water at the top rim. There are lattice patterns at the bottom. The lid of the pitcher has a fish with scales. Mrs. Margaret K. Rocle of Ramona, California, donated this dish in 1971. It is part of collection of milk glass pieces.
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William Rogers Mfg. Co. (Hartford, Conn.), “Pitcher ,” Ohio History Center, accessed August 18, 2019, http://resources.ohiohistory.org/OhioHistoryCenter/items/show/413.