Please add pictures of the pieces you have and the mark on the bottom. If it is a raised diamond, then it is English.
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It is three (of the same) picture of the one jug with ruler. I would love to see the bottom.
Thank you for the bottom photo. This is not an English mark. These are not immediately familiar to me, so I am going to opt-out of this question so that another expert can step in. The pictures will already be here for them to see.
Without a country of origin stamp when these were made and where cannot be definitively stated. They likely date to circa 1890 as after 1891 all wares have been required to carry a country of origin stamp. Because of the graduated sizes, these were likely measuring pitchers for cooking. It was not uncommon to have non-standard measures in a ladies kitchen in that period. The style of the mark definitely rules out that these are English and they are more likely American made. The banded decoration was hand-executed. Expect an average from $75 - $100 for each pitcher in your set.
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