Flow Blue Ironstone Pitcher/Jug. Circa 1840. This gorgeous jug is unmarked but most likely from the Staffordshire district in England. It is octagonal shaped with a hand-painted grape vine (in blue) on all eight sides of the pitcher. The leaves, cluster of grapes, tendrils, handle, and mouth are all highlighted in copper lustre. This jug would make a lovely addition to a Flow Blue collection.
The piece is 6¾ inches (17.5 cm) tall and 5½ inches (14 cm) from the tip of the spout to the back of the handle.
There are a few minor inconsistencies in the glaze which occurred during the manufacturing process and which are not considered to be damage. There is a tiny flake in the glaze near the base and a piece of glaze missing on the base (see close-up photos), which may also have occurred during production. Other than that, the piece is in extremely good condition. The lustre has not faded or worn off and remains bright.
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