Jug; large; grey salt-glazed stoneware; ribbed cylindrical neck and globular body; neck picked out in manganese; applied central medallion; flanked by branches and birds, above winged putto-head; wreath framing; remaining parts of body decorated with incised ornaments; large rosette above central medallion, flanked by two deers and stylised branches; monogrammed.
- 1714-1760 (after)
- Made in: Westerwald
- (Europe,Germany,Rhineland Palatinate,Westerwald)
- Height: 320 millimetres
- Diameter: 95 millimetres (rim)
- Diameter: 105 millimetres (base)
Inscription Positioncentral medallion
Inscription TranslationGeorg Rex
Inscription CommentControl stamp for the correct measures.
Inscription Positionbeside handle
Inscription CommentCapacity mark means one ale gallon.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- 89 (Thomas Collection Number)
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Object reference number: MCT2199
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