Earthenware, the upper part is tin-glazed and the lower part and the interior have a brownish translucent-glaze. Jug of roughly ovoid shape with a broad pinched lip and slightly everted foot. The upper part is painted in green and manganese with foliate forms over lattice work. Under the lip an applied relief shield with a dog rampant in manganese on white, on either side a pine cone motif in relief. The handle made up of two pieces of clay. Restored.
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