Fenton Dot Optic or Coin Spot Green Opal Water Pitcher w/Ice Lip Top. Fenton started making this pattern around 1908. (#1353) Water pitchers and tumblers were the first items produced and others were added well into the 40's. This example is still in "like new" condition with no chips, cracks, fleas, or damage of any kind.
I did find one enclosed bubble which is common in glass from that era. It stands 9 1/2 tall. I try to include a photo from each side, all the way around, top and bottom so nothing is hidden from your view.
If there is a view or closeup you would like to see please ask and I will try to provide it. I try to answer all emails daily. Let me know before you pay and I will send an updated invoice. The item "Fenton Dot Optic (Coin Spot) Green Opalescent (Ice Lip) Pitcher Mint early 1900s" is in sale since Wednesday, September 12, 2012.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\North American\Fenton". The seller is "classof95" and is located in Sun City West, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States, Japan, China, South Korea, Bangladesh, Sri lanka, Maldives, Pakistan.