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Question: The subject pitcher is approximately 10 1/4″ tall. The primary color is white with a faint blue hue. Fluted and intricate design. As the picture shows, it has a face with serpent type figures on either side of the face. The handle is a serpent type figure. The bottom appears to be impressed red wing with the number 220. It’s difficult to make out the number. As you can see in the photo, there is a chip on the under side of the lip. Otherwise, it’s in great condition. I’m interested in the value of this piece, as well as the identity. Thank you for your service. Respectfully,
Answer: 220 sounds right for the shape, circa 1935. Value with the chip around 35.00 or so. Thanks, Steve&rose