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Jug; stoneware; glazed; brown; moulded banding round top of neck; incised linear decoration on shoulders and lower part of body; cylindrical central part of body moulded with frieze of two musicians and peasant couples dancing; above and below a legend and date.
- Made in: Raeren
- (Europe,Belgium,Wallonie,Liège (province),Raeren (Liège))
- Height: 27 centimetres
- Diameter: 9.2 centimetres (base)
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Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- 24 (Thomas Collection)
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Object reference number: MCT12394
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