English Victorian Majolica Corn Pitcher, circa 1890, most likely for syrup. This is a lovely English majolica corn pitcher with a metal lid. English majolica became popular after Minton had showed their majolica at the Chrystal Palace Exhibition in 1851.
One of the most desired majolica designs, showcasing corn with the green outer leaves all around the pitcher. Wonderful golden yellow and leaf green glazes still as deep and luminous as the day they were first applied. One side has a tight hairline that has been there for quite some time. A stunning addition to your collection. Marked England on the bottom.