1909 Supreme Council Grotto Fluted Pitcher



The front of this beautiful Flute Pitcher pictures a scene of brother George Washington in a winter military scene.  Gold accents on handle, around lip, and on base.  This pitcher was made by the Thos. Maddock's Sons, Co., of Trenton, N.J. and measures 11 1/8 inches tall and approx. 4 inches in diameter at the base.  Back has the Grotto logo, surrounded with: "Twentieth Annual Session, June 1909, Supreme Council. M.O.V.P.E.R., Worcester, Mass." on the reverse.

A special "Thank you" to Brother Fred Lowstetter of Texas who discovered this rare Fluted Pitcher and submitted the pictures of it to our museum!





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