We need help identifying the juice pitcher that my mom bought in an antique store about 20 years ago. The owners of our local antique mall couldn't identify the mark on the bottom, but think it's pre-WWI European (most likely Dutch). The mark on the bottom has an elongated T with what appear to be tulips on each side. The pitcher itself is hand painted with a flower design.
Thank you in advance for your help. This has us stumped.