A 19th-century bristol blue glass water jug. It has a poring section to the front with rib moulding around the rim and an applied handle which has a raspberry prunt at the base. Polished pontil.
We are all familiar with Bristol blue wine glasses and decanters, however, finding a 19th-century water jug is a rare occurrence and we have only had one in the last 3 years.
Date & Origin
England, c1880. Period of Victoria.
Excellent, age-related wear as shown. No chips cracks or restoration
Height: 14cm DiameterBowl : 8.6cm
Handcrafted around the time the Natural History Museum was opened in London on the 18th of April 1881.
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