Antique stoneware from out stock
Pale green embossed and salt glazed stoneware victorian pitcher or jug with a pewter lid. Egg-shaped body, wide open neck and a triangle-shaped, wide spout. Decorative relief handle. Body decorated with embossed palmettes and sunwheel patterns on dotted background. Leaf-shaped hinged pewter lid with decorative molded thumb finial. Unmarked but attributet to William Brownfield, Stoke-on-Trent/Staffordshire/England. Very good condition!
Dated: about 1860
Height appr. 8,7 inch
Width appr. 6,5 inch
Salt glazed stoneware and pewter
Worldwide shipping on demand
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