A small treacleware moulded jug of octagonal form. Pale cream buff coloured clay body with brown ‘Rockingham’ type glaze. It has a crabstock moulded handle. The base is almost flat with only a slightly recessed center and an un-
The body and neck are moulded with ‘sprigs’ (not applied) of flowers, leaves and fruit.
This is the same shape as the so-called “Hydra” jugs, which are apparently so named because of their mythical animal form handle (Hydra).
Pot ID: AP/886
Dimensions: 127 mm highest to top of spout.
Net Weight (grams): 351
There is a short 5cm hairline from rim on obverse side. Minor chipping and edge wear around the rim. The glaze appears to be slightly over fired.