Two silver lustreware fluted jugs. c.1820-1830. AP/1069 + AP/1068.


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Two silver lustre ware (lustreware) jugs.

The tall jug (AP/1068) has a lid which appears to match but is a loose fit, possibly a marriage from another pot in the same service, though it is not pierced and therefore not from a teapot. Baluster form with flared foot and fluting around mid body. This is a very rare form in this ware.

Pot ID: AP/1068
Dimensions: 117mm high to top of handle. 139mm high to top of lid finial.
Net Weight (grams): 249

Condition Report:
There are two chips on lid (inner and outer rim). Body has tiny hairline from rim with associated micro chip. The handle has been poorly restuck. Lustre is worn in places, especially the handle.

The cream jug (AP/1069) is ovoid form with fluted neck and body.

Pot ID: AP/1069
Dimensions: 108mm high to top of handle.
Net Weight (grams): 211

Condition Report:
There is an absolutely tiny fleabite on spout lip, otherwise perfect. Some wear to lustre.

Weight 1005 g