Jug; grey salt-glazed stoneware, stretched globular body and pulled rim; body and neck covered with incised scrolling and birds; central neck: medallion, under handle leaf-garland, both depicting jumping stag; central body: two jumping stags in a medallion, and beneath this a garland with floral motif; ornament in cobalt-blue.
- Made in: Westerwald
- (Europe,Germany,Rhineland Palatinate,Westerwald)
- Height: 273 millimetres
- Diameter: 75 millimetres (rim)
- Diameter: 90 millimetres (base)
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- 244 (Thomas Collection Number)
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Object reference number: MCT6229
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