Large 19th Century Drabware Pottery Pitcher from Staffordshire (England). Circa 1850. This tan coloured relief-moulded pitcher features an incredibly detailed grape harvest scene on one side, while the rest of the jug, including the handle, is covered with intricate grape vines, leaves, and clusters of grapes. There is an impressed B on the bottom edge, which may represent the potter, and an impressed number 3, also on the bottom.
Height 10¼ inches (26 cm) to top of handle,
Width 8 inches (20.5 cm) from spout to back of handle,
Contents Holds 8 cups of liquid.
The depth of the moulded decoration is very impressive and is astoundingly crisp in spite of the age of the jug. There is a hairline in the glaze on the inside of the piece, which may have occurred during production because it does not appear on the outside of the pitcher. This is a beautiful piece of Staffordshire drabware.
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