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Small Victorian Jasperware Jug

Small Victorian Jasperware Jug

SKU: RJ00865
£25.00Price

Jasperware,  is a type of pottery first developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1770s. Usually described as stoneware it has an unglazed matte "biscuit" finish and is produced in a number of different colours,  Relief decorations in contrasting colours (typically in white) are characteristic of jasperware, giving a cameo effect. The reliefs are produced in moulds and applied to the ware as sprigs. Many Staffordshire potters caried on to produce this style of ware all through the 19th century and into the 20th.

 

This is a lovely Jasperware jug decorated in relief with a border design and a central floral spray. The handle is of a rope design, popular throughout the Victorian period. This would have been in a relatively wealthy household. There is no makers mark. The jug would have been made in Staffordshire.

 

Condition is very good

 

Dimensions: 15cm x 12cm

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SKU:

RJ00865

Period:

1860

Jasperware,  is a type of pottery first developed by Josiah Wedgwood in the 1770s. Usually described as stoneware it has an unglazed matte "biscuit" finish and is produced in a number of different colours,  Relief decorations in contrasting colours (typically in white) are characteristic of jasperware, giving a cameo effect. The reliefs are produced in moulds and applied to the ware as sprigs. Many Staffordshire potters caried on to produce this style of ware all through the 19th century and into the 20th.

 

This is a lovely Jasperware jug decorated in relief with a border design and a central floral spray. The handle is of a rope design, popular throughout the Victorian period. This would have been in a relatively wealthy household. There is no makers mark. The jug would have been made in Staffordshire.

 

Condition is very good

 

Dimensions: 15cm x 12cm

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