This stately sterling silver water pitcher is solid and heavy, it weighs 850g. The hallmarks are "Liverpool" for the famous department store chain. See the excerpt of Liverpool's history below. The "Eagle 2" (or Eagle 102) and it may be a region between Mexico City and Taxco.
925, and the maker's mark looks like "MBR" or "MPR". Also stamped is "Mexico Districto Federal".
The 9th photo shows the delicate hammer marks on the inside of the piece. Definitely hand wrought fine silver. As far as measurements, the belly is 6" round, and it is 8" high at the tip of the handle, and 8 wide including the handle. Note: There is one small "dimple" on the left side, it is not a dent (it is small and does not show in the photos). There are no dents or scratches.
I'm guessing its' age at somewhere between 1950 and 1970? Can't exactly make out the hallmark, at first it looked like "Matl", or Matilde Eugenia Poulat, whose shop was in Mexico City. But, when you look at the stamp closer, it also looks like "MPR" or "MBR", but the stamp on the pitcher is cursive (like Matl) and not block letters (like MBR). So if you know more about Mexican hallmarks please message me with your opinion.
El Puerto de Liverpool S. Commonly known as Liverpool, is a mid-to-high end retailer which operates the largest chain of department stores in Mexico, operating 23 shopping malls including Perisur and Galerías Monterrey. Its 85 department stores comprise 73 stores under the Liverpool name and 22 stores under the Fábricas de Francia name. It also operates 6 Duty Free stores and 27 specialized boutiques. The item "Silver Water Pitcher 850g Marked Liverpool Eagle 2 Sterling.925 MBR Mexico DF" is in sale since Friday, April 5, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (. The seller is "pnolandesigns" and is located in Pomona, California. This item can be shipped to United States.