Brush-McCoy "Woodland Green" 2 Pint Pitcher. This item is unique and rare. The cream pitcher is from the Woodland Green Line, circa 1915. Green Glaze. Mark is Shield with Circle 9. This is unique and rare because it has the enscribed signature of A. L. Cusick, the principal Designer with the company from 1908-1946. The item was made in a 2 pint and 4 pint size. The 2 pint was used for cream and the 4 pint was used for milk. The piece has very sharp detail since it was a very first molding of the pitcher and very few items were signed in this way. An original mold is made of the design and Cusick would enscribe his name in the first mold for which only 100 castings were made before the mold was destroyed. All other molds did not have his name. The pitcher has one very small manufacturing blemish on the rim. This was an item that was used daily on the table in the early 1900's and is surprising that it is still in one piece.