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Large Queen Victoria Coronation commemorative jug in saltglaze stoneware 1837

Reference: 8911

Dated: c. 1837 England

The jug is large scale with striking sprig molded images of Queen Victoria, her mother the Duchess of Kent, an impressively modeled swan and national emblems of the United Kingdom, the rose, the thistle, and shamrock. The jug is salt-glazed brown stoneware and was made to commemorate the coronation of Victoria in 1837. The tin lid is an added element, probably tinker made and provides added interest and decoration to this handsome piece.

Dimensions: 12.00 inch wide 12.00 inch high 11.00 inch deep

Medium: brown glazed stoneware pottery ceramic earthenware

Current Condition Unrestored clean condition.

Price: gbp 1500.00 (Pound Sterling)
USD 1969.5 (US Dollars)



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