A George II Sparrow Beak Jug made in London in 1737 by George Greenhill Jones.
A George II Sparrow Beak Jug made in London in 1737 by George Greenhill Jones.
A George II Sparrow Beak Jug made in London in 1737 by George Greenhill Jones.
A George II Sparrow Beak Jug made in London in 1737 by George Greenhill Jones.

A George II Sparrow Beak Jug made in London in 1737 by George Greenhill Jones.

1737 London

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The Jug stands on a circular spreading foot decorated with reeded bands. The baluster shaped body rises to an everted rim and this example has a "sparrow beak" pouring spout and a scroll handle. The base displays a good set of hallmarks and a set of contemporary engraved initials.

Height: 3.1 inches, 7.75cm
Length, shout to handle: 3 inches, 7.5cm
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