Three 19th Century Salt Glazed Stoneware jugs


19th Century

  • £55.00 £55 each
  • €60 Euro
  • $66 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Three 19th Century Salt Glazed Stoneware jugs

Salt-glazed stoneware Jug moulded with basket ware and flowers- Pewter lid- Syrup pitcher, manufactured by Dudson c1860

Relief moulded Gothic stoneware jug- marked 'HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE' and the Royal Coat of Arms.
Manufactured by Thomas Booth and son of Hanley c1870

Relief moulded stoneware jug 'Naomi and her Daughters in Law' by Sam. Alcock.
'Diamond' marked registered April 1847

£55 each or the set for £150

Dimensions: Dudson- Height 19.5cm, max width 14cm
Booth- Height 16cm, max width 10cm
Alcock- Height 17.5cm, max width 9cm

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19th Century

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I have been trading in Portobello Road for over 20 years and have very eclectic tastes.  I like kitchenalia, folk art, garden items, early pottery, paintings, samplers, silhouettes and decorative bits and pieces.

You can find me each Saturday stalling out at the well known Admiral Vernon Arcade in Portobello Road, London from 7am to 4.30pm.

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