A blue and white earthenware pitcher from Ansbach in the late first half of the 18th century.
The pitcher is curved with a narrow ringed neck, the belly is rounded and the handle is made of two twists.
The pitcher has a rich blue and white decoration with a work of scrolls. In the central cartouche we can see a village. The village is certainly a Bavarian village.
Period: end of the first half of the 18th century
Height : 20 cm
Condition : chips at the foot and at the upper edge