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Circa: 1800's
Manufacturer: Pairpoint
Three vintage pewter syrup pitchers. All three for one price! The tallest one is an antique Pairpoint pewter pitcher. c: 1800's-early 1900's. I believe these are all syrup pitchers as they all have hinged lids; creamer lids do not usually have hinges and are generally much smaller in size. The pairpoint pitcher has incised mark: Pairpoint Pewter P 804 on bottom. Overall display condition is nice; very minor wear consistent with age. It stands 6.5 tall with dark grey patina. Pairpoint was a metal manufacturing company before it turned to glassmaking. The smallest is 5.25 tall. Displays fine but one side has a round dent and the lid has some scuffing, see photos 3-4-5. It is marked: Kings Quality Pewter by Trinac, AC in a shield, and has a crown and 4 2 0. The last is the fat Queen Art Pewter, Brooklyn, N.Y. #5. It is almost 6 inches tall; no dents; darkened patina. It has no Ltd. mark so it predates the newer Queen Art items. These are nice display items for your pewter collection! 8/16

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