Pomona Inverted Thumbprint Pitcher w/Amber Stain Smooth Satin Finish

A lovely Victorian Art Glass Pomona pitcher with a square mouth executed in the inverted thumbprint pattern this vessel is decorated at the rim in an amber stain as well as the applied smooth glass handle. The finish is a smooth satin suggesting this is "Midwestern" style Pomona.
Pomona glass was patented by Joseph Locke at the New England Glass Co. beginning in 1885, soon following a Midwestern glass company began creating glass very similar to the Pomona glass of New England but instead of the frosted finish they produced a satin finish.

Measures 8" T

Excellent. NO chips, cracks, or repairs, usual and normal wear to glass from age and handling such as bottom shows some shelf wear

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