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French Majolica Dog Pitcher, circa 1900
Located in Austin, TX
French Majolica dog pitcher, circa 1900. White and brown dog with a blue bow.
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Antique Early 1900s French French Provincial Pitchers

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Ceramic

  • French Majolica Dog Pitcher, circa 1900
  • French Majolica Dog Pitcher, circa 1900
  • French Majolica Dog Pitcher, circa 1900
  • French Majolica Dog Pitcher, circa 1900
H 8.3 in. W 5 in. D 7.3 in.
Majolica Green and Yellow Glaze Dog Pitcher
Located in New York, NY
Fabulous green and yellow drip glaze Majolica Dog Pitcher. Commanding presence and craftsmanship.
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Early 20th Century English Pitchers

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Ceramic

Green Majolica Dog Pitcher Saint Clement, Circa 1950
By Saint-Clément
Located in Austin, TX
Green Majolica dog pitcher signed Saint Clement, Circa 1950.
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Pitchers

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Ceramic

19th Century French Painted Barbotine Ceramic Dog Pitcher from Sarreguemines
By Sarreguemines
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a shelf or a kitchen counter with this elegant Majolica antique pitcher. Created circa 1890 and stamped "Sarreguemines, France" on the bottom, the pitcher features a seated ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

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Ceramic, Majolica

19th Century French Painted Barbotine Ceramic Dog Pitcher from Sarreguemines
By Sarreguemines
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate a shelf or a kitchen counter with this elegant majolica antique pitcher. Created circa 1890 and stamped "Sarreguemines, France" on the bottom, the pitcher features a seated ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Pitchers

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Ceramic, Majolica

Red and Black FDR's Fala Scotty Dog American Glass Pitcher, circa 1930-1940
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A charming Pre midcentury pitcher, American clear glass, circa late 1930s-early 1940s. The Scotty dog glass collectible craze began when President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Scottish Te...
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Mid-20th Century American American Classical Pitchers

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Glass

Antique Orchies French Barbotine Majolica Jug, Wet Sheep Dog in a Barrel
By Orchies
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A very scarce and desirable French Barbotine majolica jug or pitcher, the Orchies factory, circa 1886-1900. Orchies started producing majolica at the end of the 19th century and by t...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Aesthetic Movement Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

19th Century Rose Medallion Cider Pitcher with Foo Dog Finial
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
19th century rose medallion cider pitcher with foo dog finial, Nicely decorated in a diminutive size, twisted gilt handles, complete with original cover. Good color. No chips, cracks...
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Chinese Export Ceramics

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Porcelain

19th Century Spongeware Pitcher with Embossed Image of Girl and Dog
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Amazing rare 19th century sponge ware pitcher with embossed image of a girl playing with her dog. This pottery is in good used condition.
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Antique 19th Century American Country Ceramics

Materials

Ceramic

Majolica Brown Whippet Dog Pitcher Saint Clement, circa 1900
By Saint-Clément
Located in Austin, TX
Antique tall Majolica whippet pitcher named Gypp circa 1900 signed Keller and Guerin for the manufacture of Saint Clement. Reference : Pge 41 "Pichets en barbotine" of M.Bottero.
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Pitchers

Materials

Majolica

Majolica Black and White Dog Pitcher Sarreguemines, circa 1930
By Sarreguemines
Located in Austin, TX
Amusing Majolica white dog with black spots who put out the tongue pitcher signed Sarreguemines, circa 1930.
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Vintage 1930s French Art Deco Pitchers

Materials

Ceramic

French Barbotine Majolica George Dreyfus Dog in Blue Collar Pitcher/Jug
By George Dreyfus
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A French Barbotine dog pitcher attributed to George Dreyfus, circa 1890. Glazed in a watery finish over an opaque white, the brown dog wears a cobalt blue bowed color. Excellent b...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Aesthetic Movement Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

K&G Saint Clément French Barbotine Majolica GYPP Whippet Dog Absinthe Pitcher
By Saint-Clément
Located in Philadelphia, PA
An Absinthe pitcher formed as a sitting Whippet, Keller & Guerin St. Clément, circa 1900 – 1910. Known as the GYPP Whippet, as tagged on his collar. True to breed in both expressi...
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Early 20th Century French Aesthetic Movement Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Large 19th Century American Stag and Doe Pitcher with Hound Dog Handle
By East Liverpool Potteries Co. 1
Located in Essex, MA
A large 19th century American yellow ware pottery hound-handled pitcher, made in the East Liverpool, Ohio potteries, with scalloped rim, the body decorated in relief with a stag and ...
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Antique 1860s American Victorian Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

Rare Staffordshire Mr Punch’s Dog ‘Toby’ Jug, circa 1860
By Thomas Parr I
Located in Gargrave, North Yorkshire
A rare Staffordshire pottery jug, circa 1860. Unusually and amusingly modelled as Mr. Punch’s dog, Toby. The dog stood on its hind legs, wearing a blue coat, a ruff, and his hat form...
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Antique 1860s English Victorian Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

19th Century English Staffordshire Majolica Glazed Seated Pug Dog Pitcher
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A majolica glazed jug of a Pug Dog, Staffordshire, England, late 19th century. The Pug wears a broad, red collar with a hanging identification tag. He has a pink interior and dist...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Aesthetic Movement Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

George Jones Majolica Fox and Dog Lidded Jug/Pitcher
By George Jones
Located in Chelmsford, Essex
George Jones Majolica jug/pitcher with lid which features pictorial panels on either side, one depicts a retriever chasing a quail, the other a fox waiting to pounce on a rabbit. Col...
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Antique 19th Century British Victorian Pitchers

Materials

Earthenware

English Pearlware Bear And Dog Pitcher
Located in New York, NY
A fine English pearlware covered pitcher, the bear body with dog spout, decorated in underglaze Pratt colors
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier English Pottery

Materials

Pottery

  • English Pearlware Bear And Dog Pitcher
  • English Pearlware Bear And Dog Pitcher
  • English Pearlware Bear And Dog Pitcher
  • English Pearlware Bear And Dog Pitcher
H 9.25 in. W 7.5 in. D 4.5 in.
Antique English pottery pearlware pitcher with figures of a youth and his dog
Located in Woodstock, OXFORDSHIRE
Antique English pottery pearlware pitcher with figures of a youth and his dog the reverse with birds in trees. A highly decorative and rare Staffordshire pottery pitcher exceptio...
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Antique 19th Century English Pottery

Materials

Enamel

Dog Pitcher For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the dog pitcher you’re looking for at 1stDibs. Each dog pitcher for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using ceramic, earthenware and majolica. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer dog pitcher, there are earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. A dog pitcher is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Victorian, Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles are sought with frequency. Sarreguemines, Saint Clément and George Jones each produced at least one beautiful dog pitcher that is worth considering.

How Much is a Dog Pitcher?

Prices for a dog pitcher can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $185 and can go as high as $1,802, while the average can fetch as much as $795.

Finding the Right Pitchers for You

Perfect for entertaining, a dinner party or a small luncheon, vintage, new and antique pitchers are versatile pieces to keep in any collection.

Whether you’re dining in the great outdoors, freshening up drinks in the living room or making a batch of fresh-squeezed juice for breakfast in the kitchen, a pitcher is a must-have feature of your dining and entertaining set.

Prior to indoor plumbing and the advent of sinks, people paired a pitcher with a wash basin on their bedside stand. Today, an antique washstand might be used as a nightstand or bedside table. These pitchers, along with the washstand, were essential in any bedroom.

Today, in displaying vintage ceramic pitchers on your Welsh kitchen dresser or in a corner cupboard, you’re inviting a pop of color and an alluring texture to mingle with your other serveware. But when entertaining, you’re likely going to put this decorative vessel to work. Some glazed stoneware and metal pitchers are outfitted with hinged lids to provide insulation, while potters and other craft artists at the time might have made complementary glasses or teacups to pair with their pitchers for a complete serving set. Glass and stoneware pitchers are perfect for serving beverages, but if you’re serving from a metal pitcher, you’ll want to ensure that the material is food-grade stainless steel.

For a simple home accent, consider using that wonderfully aging vintage metal pitcher as a vase for your flowers (be sure to use a watertight plastic liner or insert) or as a receptacle to display and organize your cooking utensils. Given the venturesome design sensibility that we associate with mid-century modernism, a mid-century modern pitcher is going to prove a unique and sophisticated decorative touch to any room in your home. While your farmhouse-style interior is practically begging for the earthy tones of a terracotta pitcher, an ironstone pitcher will bring ornate details to your mantel.

Find a collection of new, vintage and antique pitchers today on 1stDibs.