Circa: 1900 or earlier
Size: almost 8″ (20 cm) tall – 4 ½” (11 cm) wide in body
NORTHERN IRAQ – ASURI hand forged copper water pitcher. Metal art in this area has developed in BCE times. An unique shape of small handy water pitcher for daily use. Steep up built beak spout is to save water when using. If it is not bended over 90 degrees, water does not come out. Survived in great condition and has nice tin patina. It can still be used.