Lip of washstand jug, with floral pattern, transfer-printed in light-medium blue.
Mid-Victorian salt-glazed spring-moulded hunting jug, with the mouldings depicting Toby Belcher (holding a frothing jug and glass, with pipe on the table), a second man sitting on a barrel, head in hand (with a frothing jug and pipe on table), an oak tree, a windmill,...
Jar or bottle with lead glaze over a brown slip. The handle is missing and the lip damaged. This is an early piece but how early? Discarded in the 1920s.
Two-tone salt-glaze stoneware harvest jug, showing a figure like Uncle Toby, with hat and pipe. Other common scenes are hops, hunting figures (dogs, foxes, hares, etc), shooting, game birds, grapes, and pub scenes, with figures sitting with tankards and pipes....
Fragment of a jug with floral decoration. Transfer, coloured by hand.
Items from a wash-stand set, including a ewer, soap bowl and vase, decorated in gold and painted colours with birds and foliage. Doulton.
Wash-stand jug (called a ewer), with gold decoration. For pouring water into a wash basin.
Blue and white-banded pearlware jug.
Assorted crockery from labourers’ rubbish, Kent. Mocha ware to the left, transfer-printed ware to the right (mostly in blue ‘Willow Pattern’). This type of crockery was cheaply manufactured and used universally. There is no hand-painted ware, which...
Wine jug, showing grapes, missing a pewter lid. From Hempstead rectory.