Antique Wedgwood Pottery Pearlware Fox Hunting Jug
Antique Wedgwood Pottery Pearlware Fox Hunting Jug
Antique Wedgwood Pottery Pearlware Fox Hunting Jug

WEDGWOOD (worked from 1759)

Antique Wedgwood Pottery Pearlware Fox Hunting Jug

c. 1810 England

Offered by Earle D Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc

£1,300 gbp
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Antique Wedgwood pottery pearlware ovoid jug is bat-printed on each side in puce is a hunting scene. A thin gilt band encircles the bottom as well as lining the shoulder, the top rim, spout, lip and handle. A gilt rosette decorates the projecting lip as well as the back of the handle in a larger version.

Under the lip are the scrolling gilt initials "TW" framed by a circular gilt garland, minor rubbing to gilt on the spout.
Jugs of this nature were manufactured between 1810-1820. The bat printing subject of a hunting scene was one of the more popular early 19th-century subjects. The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent has a similar puce-colored jug with a matching beaker, cat. Q12/13.
Dimensions
Height 16.50 inch (41.91 cm)
Stock Code
NY4916
Signed/Inscribed
Impressed WEDGWOOD and four squares forming a square.
Earle D Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc

Earle D Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc
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