Possibly Victorian Rose Pattern but might be design. About 9 inches tall. Lid is present with a chip in it.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An antique Homer Laughlin hand-painted and parcel gilt ironstone pottery covered water pitcher
made in East Liverpool, Ohio, first quarter 20th Century
unidentified floral pattern, with domed cover, scalloped rim with pinched spout, ovoid body decorated with large blooms and vines, single loop handle, marked underneath with number 806 (or 908).
9 inches high
CONDITION: cover with chip; otherwise this appears to be in good condition
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