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This vintage ceramic pitcher with colourful ethnic patterns and a rare design, would be ideal to keep your water, or tea icy cold and would definitely add a boho vibe to your home.
A vintage Crown Ducal Ware jug. Blue and orange berry pattern, with a green trim, made in the 1920s. It is a beautiful design and could be used as a milk jug, or as part of a collection.
A Beautiful Peach Vintage 1930's Arthur Wood Ceramic Jug/`Pitcher, Victory pattern 36.A lovely peach colour with raised floral detail, would be ideal as a practical piece or an authentic period prop. Arthur Wood & Son (Longport) Ltd manufactured earthenwares at the Bradwell Works, Longport, in the heart of the Staffordshire Potteries, Engla...
This stunning art deco 1930s Price Kensington Sunflower ceramic pitcher/jug in a peach colour with a raised sunflower pattern, would also be ideal for collectors, or as a vase filled with colourful flowers.
These beautiful Austrian hand painted blue and pink floral design pottery jug and 2 beakers by J. Graf Stoob, will add a rustic country touch to your kitchen.
Jug Height: 19cm Beaker Height: 6,5cm
An art deco vintage Marina jug by Price Bros from the 1930s in a gorgeous aqua colour with an embossed floral patter and a sweet flower detail on the handle which makes it stand out. Perfect use both as a jug and as a vase.
A beautiful Vintage Sadler jug with a rare design and a gold rim, would be ideal for collectors, or just for serving cold water, juice, or ice tea.
This vintage art deco Arthur Wood jug with an embossed purple and orange flower, was made in the 1930s and would be an excellent jug to serve your cold drinks in. It would also make lovey vase, due to its size.
This impressive jug is made of earthenware pottery using traditional casting methods, and it has been beautifully decorated, with a violet pattern, using decals and chintz,s applied by hand. The jugs have many uses and are very pleasing to the eye and have an ageless attraction.
A milk jug with a sweet pink rose pattern, by Heron Cross Pottery from bone china.
This jug has been hand made in Stoke on Trent, in England, using the traditional skills passed down through the generations from by our ancestors in Victorian times. Each piece captures the grandeur of a bygone era, which you can now preserve and celebrate in you...
A really cute floral chinzt milk jug that is traditionally handcrafted to a very high standard by Heron Cross Pottery, a long established family business in the heart of Stoke on Trent. Each piece of pottery is lovingly created.
An elegant, peach coloured ceramic jug with blue and pink flowers on both the jug and handle by Arthur Wood made in England, between 1920 -1935, is perfect for a serving cold water or ice teas, on hot summer days.
This attractive Price Bros Pottery Melba Springtime ribbed jug was made in the 1940s. It has a beautiful aqua colour with embossed spring flowers and leaves in the same aqua colour. It would also look amazing as a jug, filled with colourful spring flowers.
Price Bros was an earthenware manufacturer that was established at the Crown Works, Bursle...
Our Cheeky Chappy was made during the pottery's heyday. Rather flushed in the face (and everywhere else), probably from over imbibing at Widecome Fair he has no chips or cracks and was a much loved part of a private collection. He would make a great addition to any collection or a really fun talking point in a modern Scandi Home. In a few years ...
This vintage octagonal jug in a Chartreuse pattern with gold details, made from ironstone by Mason's is absolutely beautiful and very unique. It was made between 1923-1936.
This lime green, ribbed art deco jug, by Crown Devon Pottery, made in the 1940's has a very unusual and impressive shape and would be ideal for collectors, or as a practical piece for your home.
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