Jug; grey salt-glazed stoneware, with eight-sided body, long cylindrical neck and pulled rim, decorated with incised motifs in cobalt blue; on base and handle - pewter mount with shell-shaped thumb piece; at connection of handle - cordonning; lower neck border with hearts and blue floral motifs; combed pattern; upper body: border of blue circles; central body: angular round panels with stylised floral patterns.
- Made in: Westerwald
- (Europe,Germany,Rhineland Palatinate,Westerwald)
- Height: 232 millimetres
- Height: 243 millimetres (with lid)
- Diameter: 60 millimetres (rim)
- Diameter: 95 millimetres (base & pewter mount)
Prehistory and Europe
- 36 (Thomas Collection Number)
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