STONEWARE HANDLED JUG 18th - 19th Century ?

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STONEWARE HANDLED JUG 18th - 19th Century ?

Post by dantheman on May 17th 2016, 4:36 pm

16 inches tall by 8 inches diameter,stoneware with saltglaze but not sure about how old it is or where it was made?






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Post by dantheman on May 18th 2016, 1:46 pm

any info to help date this piece or to narrow down the area it was made would be great Most Excellent

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Post by potterymad62 on May 18th 2016, 5:08 pm

Going by the top opening it looks mid/late 18th century to mid 19th century Rennet Jug. Nice find and excellent sample.
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Post by dantheman on May 18th 2016, 5:25 pm

do you know of any websites that give info about these please?

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Post by potterymad62 on May 18th 2016, 7:06 pm

dantheman wrote:do you know of any websites that give info about these please?


I would try some antique bottle websites in there stoneware sections. Because the neck and top is a bottle type opening like for stoneware cider, whiskey flagons and sealed wine bottles or oils.  




A rare and fine example of a John Dwight of Fulham stoneware pottery bottle.
This Dwight piece dates to the 1675 period.
John Dwight founded the famous Fulham Pottery after the sale of his church post located in Wigan Lancashire.
The bottle is well potted with a fine glaze.

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Post by NaomiM on May 18th 2016, 7:13 pm

The Museum of London has a good online collection of pre-1900 ceramics

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