This Turkish Anatolian pitcher is fashioned of elaborately carved copper with a cast brass handle, lid, knob, and spout tip. The lid has an onion dome shape with 12 etched lobed segments, with fish scaling tapering toward the top. The body has 9 alternating foliate medallions, the upper body has which has a lobed and fish scaled repeat of the lid. The whole piece has been silvered, and has worn areas of the underlying metal are showing through
It measures 18.5" high by 9 inches across and weighs a little over 3.5 pounds. This piece is estimated to be mid 20th century.