Like a vintage pitcher.
I came across this one last week at the thrift store. A 1 quart carafe style juice pitcher for just $.99! The graphics are still in great shape. Although I wash my pitchers by hand, many previous owners may have put them through their dishwashers... the graphics don't hold up well to that kind of washing. This one looks like it was rarely used. I've seen glasses, little swanky swigs, that match this pattern.
Many of these pitchers were made by Hazel Atlas, Pyrex, Anchor Hocking... most, if not all had matching glasses.
A couple in my collection are plain pitchers, one large and one small.... actually I have two of the small one, I just didn't pull it out for the group photo.
Then there's this larger one. I have three that are this 2 quart size. This one and another are used on a regular basis.
Plus these pitchers are practical... have you ever had a pitcher that DRIPPED when you poured from it? Well I've had a number of those over the years.... these old ladies, they don't drip! A wonderful trait to have since I pour many glasses of this tea every day.... (Did I ever tell you I'm addicted to Arnold Palmers? Made with Newman's Own Lemonade and Luzianne tea which I have to buy on Amazon since they don't sell it this far north.)
So I'm happy to add another glass pitcher to the flock.
Now I'm on the hunt for matching glasses,
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