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Ball Black & Co. Coin Silver Water Pitcher Early Vintage Hollowware (SKU#1974)

$1,959

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Ball Black & Co coin silver large water pitcher. It features an applied handle and Greek key border. The piece has a vintage monogram (see photos), it measures 16 3/4" tall x 8 3/4", and it weighs 39.77 ozt. It is in excellent condition. Absolutely beautiful! SKU#1974. 100% Satisfaction guaranteed! We buy silver. Please inquire.

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