Hand-painted Earthenware, Gift Boxed - Size: 9-1/2"H This Garden Breit Pitcher is a very attractive pitcher by Mary Engelbreit. The pitcher has a background of a golden yellow. The body of the pitcher is made up of eight maroon lines. Between each of the eight lines are two green lines going vertically up and down. There are two raised golden yellow lines with two maroon lines over the yellow lines also between each of the eight maroon vertical lines. There are also two circles which are composed of an alternating yellow and maroon section and made to look like it is hooked on by a green clasp. Each circle is on either side of the pitcher. At the time rim of the pitcher just before the flowers is also a border of maroon and yellow Then ato the top on either side of the pitcher are the flowers. First is the big pink and white flower with its leaves. Then there is the blue and rose and white flower. By the white flower cascading down are two vines with green leaves. In the middle between the flowers is a green lip where whats in the pitcher flows out. The handle of the pitcher is a soft blue and it looks like the handle attaches to a blue bow. The inside of the pitcher is white. This item is retired. In its original box.