Syrup Pitchers a Sweet Deal
Syrup pitchers from the 19th century are unusual and sell well. Collectors look for rare colors or patterns like this Bellflower pattern variant that sold in a fall auction in Virginia. Examples sold in cranberry, opalescent, vaseline glass and more, with top prices going to ruby glass. To see which syrup pitchers drew collectors like bees to honey, buzz over to the article.
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