Staffordshire Flow Blue Pitcher of

The Grand United Order of Odd Fellows

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This is a rare Staffordshire Flow Blue Odd Fellows Pitcher from the early 1800's.  It is English made and has Odd Fellow symbolism and decorations on all sides.  On the sides are women, one holding a staff and a mirror/magnifying glass and the other with a set of scales and sword (a common symbol of justice).  Below the lip of the pitcher is a cartouche with several emblems:  a lion, lamb, the ark, dove w/olive branch and a skull w/crossbones.   Under the cartouche is the motto: "AMICITIA AMIR IT ERITAS" which means "Friendship, Love and Truth".  This pitcher stands 4 3/4 inches tall.

 

         

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