An old green jug with ladybird pattern - Paul Wranitzky

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An old green jug with ladybird pattern - Paul Wranitzky

Post by LEGSY on July 3rd 2018, 10:44 am

Here i have an unusual jug i have no clues around its manufacture but feel it has some age and would love to have any information or ideas regarding it, I can only say i see some similarities to Buckley Slip ware as in it is made in a clay i think and it seems to be of good age maybe around the start of the 20th century it measures 8" tall and 5" wide approx and is of medium weight and construction. Than you for looking

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Re: An old green jug with ladybird pattern - Paul Wranitzky

Post by NaomiM on July 3rd 2018, 1:19 pm

late 19thC 'Ladybird' pattern by Moravian potter Paul Wranitzky. Also used by Aller Vale and Watcombe which is why its often misattributed to those Torquay ware potteries

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Re: An old green jug with ladybird pattern - Paul Wranitzky

Post by LEGSY on July 4th 2018, 11:10 pm

Hi There,
Thank you NaomiM such a concise reply i have been able to find out a great deal from a very useful website about the man's life very interesting story i can see very easily how this would be mistaken for Torquay ware. I have not been able to find this pattern or jug as yet and i am a thinking it maybe an earlish piece as it is a lighter shade of green than the pieces i have seen so far.
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