Date & Origin
England, c1830. Period of William IV
Excellent, age-related wear as shown.
Height: 34.3cm Diameter: 16cm including the handle.
A Richarson cased and engraved glass jug. Ewer form with a slice cut neck and applied handle. The body is engraved with fruiting vine above slice cutting. A hollow foot with a band of slice cuts supports the piece.
Hand-blown around the time construction of the first large-scale electrical power station began, in Deptford in 1891.
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