Here’s a fine example of West Virginia 1960's glass making. This molded pitcher, with a drapery or melon pattern, was blown with bright orange slag glass on the inside, and a whiter slag on the outside, with rose and yellow tones. Kanawha did make this form of pitcher in more typical shades of cased glass, for instance with a white interior. The top was hand finished with a generously flared rim and pinched spout, and an applied yellow slag handle was also added.
The pitcher stands 5-1/4" tall, measures 3-7/8: across the widest part of the mouth, and 2-1/4" in diameter at the base.
A nice addition to your window pitcher or mid-century colored glass collection.