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A wonderful antique English jug or pitcher, made by one of the Staffordshire potteries and dating to the mid 19th century, around 1850-60.

The baluster-form jug is finely made with a detailed relief-moulded pattern of plantain or wheat and leaves around the lower half, and trailing ivy around the top. The background is dimpled or stippled with an orange-peel effect.

It is made from stoneware, and the simple ivory cream glaze enables the detail of the moulding to be more clearly seen.

It is in very good antique condition, with no cracks or obvious damage; there are two small patches of restoration and a firing crack on the base rim, which hardly notice. The jug would have had a pewter lid originally, which is now missing, but this does not affect it for display.

The jug measures 22 cm/8.75" high and weighs 686 gms; estimated packaged weight is 1100 gms.

REDUCED: Victorian Stoneware Jug, Relief-Moulded 19th Century Cream Plantain & Ivy Stoneware Water Jug Pitcher 1850s


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: ceramic, china, pottery, stoneware
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 257 reviews
  • Favorited by: 69 people