Pearlware pink and copper lustreware jug, polychrome enamelled flower sprigs. c.1820-1830. AP/1474.


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A pearlware jug decorated with pink and copper lustre. There is a band of turned ribbing above the turned foot. The mid body has applied friezes of flower and grape sprigs which have been decorated with painted polychrome enamels. The spout has moulded leaf type decoration. The handle is moulded with two internal and two external spurs. Turned shallow base is fully glazed and has an impressed number “5”. The clear glaze shows a distinct blue tinge, especially where it pools.

Almost certainly made in Staffordshire.

Pot ID: AP/1474
Dimensions: 99mm high to top of handle.
Net Weight (grams): 289
Date: c.1820-1830

Condition Report:
A few tiny chips on spout lip. A small / medium chip on foot edge. A little wear to lustre here and there (especially the rim, spout, and handle).

Weight 751 g