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18th Century Material Culture

Stoneware Jugs / Pitchers


English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Jugs / Pitchers
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from Staffordshire
c. 1740 - 1750
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from Staffordshire
c. 1750 - 1760
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from Staffordshire
c. 1760
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Pitcher from Staffordshire
c. 1755
(John Howard)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Pitcher
c. 1760
(Private Collection)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Pitcher from Staffordshire
c. 1760
(Chipstone Foundation)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Pitcher from Staffordshire
c. 1760
(Chipstone Foundation)
TOBY FILLPOT
by Carington Bowles 1786
(The British Museum)
TOBY FILLPOT
by Carington Bowles 1786
(Lewis Walpole Library)
TOBY FILLPOT
by Carington Bowles 1786
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Pitcher from London
c. 1777
(Ivor Noel Hume Collection)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug Likely from Staffordshire
Excavated at the Edward Rumney / Stephen West Tavern, London Town, Maryland c. 1725
(Chipstone / Photo, Gavin Ashworth)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from lambeth
1781
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from London
c. 1730
(Chipstone Foundation)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from London
c. 1730
(Chipstone Foundation)
English Salt Glazed
Stoneware Bear
Jugs
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear Hugging a Dog from Nottingham
c. 1740
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear from Staffordshire
c. 1740
(Bonhams)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear from Staffordshire
c. 1740
(John Howard)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear Hugging a Dog from Nottingham
c. 1750
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear Hugging a Dog from Nottingham
c. 1720 - 1770
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear Hugging a Dog from Nottingham
c. 1750
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug in the Shape of a Bear Hugging a Dog from Nottingham
c. 1750
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed
Scratch Blue Stoneware
Jugs / Pitchers
English Salt Glazed Scratch Blue Stoneware Mug with d “GR” Medallion (King George III) from Staffordshire
c. 1770 - 1780
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Scratch Blue Stoneware Mug with d “GR” Medallion (King George III) from Staffordshire
c. 1770 - 1780
(Victoria & Albert)
English Scratch Blue Stoneware Jug from Staffordshire
18th Century
(Rob Hunter)
English Scratch Blue Stoneware Jug from Staffordshire
18th Century
(Rob Hunter)
English Scratch Blue Stoneware Jug from Staffordshire
18th Century
(Rob Hunter)
American
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Jugs / Pitchers
American Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from Boston or Philadelphia
18th Century
(Rob Hunter)
American Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from Boston or Philadelphia
18th Century
(Rob Hunter)
European
Illustrations
Pieter Cornelisz. van Slingelandt  1640 – 1691
by Jacob Gole after Conells Dusart
c. 1675 - 1724
(The British Museum)
by Jacob Gole after Conells Dusart
c. 1675 - 1724
(The British Museum)
Dutch
Tin Glazed Earthenware
Jugs / Pitchers
Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Pitcher
Mid 18th Century
(Private Collection)
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