Early German Masonic Creamer Pitcher

This is an early German Creamer Pitcher (circa. 1904 - 1917).  It is decorated with Masonic symbolism and depicts a young boy and girl playing with a dog on one side and the other depicts the same boy and girl with an adult ewe and her baby lamb. 

The "WPM" mark on the bottom of the pitcher stands for Württembergische Porzellan-Manufaktur.
The height is 4 1/2"; the diameter is 4"; and front to back it measures 6 1/2".

A special "Thank You" to William Belcher for submitting pictures of this beautiful little creamer pitcher.




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