This pitcher was found in North Carolina when we had to take a detour through the Smokey's. Actually, it could have been in Tennessee. It is 9 and 1/4 inches high and 5 inches at the top opening to the point. The base color is a cream and the other is a green/blue. The brown is a cocoa. The handle does not look applied. It has many age crazings. The cattails and other lines are raised. I fell in love with it because I had never seen cattails on pottery before. It has no maker marks, but there are three mold marks on the bottom. No chips.
This clock is 3 3/4 inches in height, 2 1/4 inches in width and 1 1/4 inches deep. The clock is marked LeCoultre on the front with an 8 under the name. The clock is also marked on the bottom with LeCoultre Swiss 59. The condition of the clock is nice and the clock does run and does play music. The back of the clock has three things on the top right marked alarm stop, alarm and movt. The two bottom items have stop and music. I believe this is called repeater, however, I am not sure about that. My husband and I acquired this clock many years ago and when we bought it we did not realize that it played music.