A pitcher is a vessel for dispensing liquids, with a handle and pouring spout. It’s found as early as 1300, in the arms of Monbouchier [ANA2 519].
A pitcher is typically drawn as earthenware. If the pitcher is ornate metal, it may also be termed a “ewer” or a “flagon”; if, in addition, it has a hinged lid, it may also be termed a “laverpot”, as in the arms of the Worshipful Company of Founders, 1590 [Bromley & Child 98]. All of these details are considered artistic license, and no difference is granted for them.
Morgan Cain bears: Per pale argent and azure, a pitcher gules.
Khadija bin Umar bears: Argent, a ewer sable.
Wolfram Gottfried von Norden bears: Per bend embowed counter-embowed sable and gules, a lymphad under sail and a laverpot argent.