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A pitcher is a container with a spout used for pouring its contents.
A ewer is a vase-shaped pitcher, often decorated, with a base and a flaring spout. A famous example is the America's Cup trophy.
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America's cup, 1848
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Eleanor Roosevelt's silver water pitcher
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A ewer of Rubino glass
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Baptismal ewer and basin (1711, Spanish master)
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Rock crystal ewer, 1000-1050 V&A Museum no. 7904-1862
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