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Jug of red earthenware, covered with a mottled greenish-brown glaze. Ovoid body, expanding mouth. The loop handle is missing.  Place of Origin  Staffordshire, England (made)  Date  1600-1700 (made)  Materials and Techniques  Lead-glazed earthenware  Dimensions  Height: 20.3 cm taken from Register, Diameter: 10.2 cm taken from Register

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Jug, (made). Earthenware jug with greenish-brown glaze.

Early 14th century face jug from Worcester Cathedral in the British Museum collection. ID no. 1974,1001.1. Height: 39.7 cm.

Early century face jug from Worcester Cathedral in the British Museum collection.

78.177/3: jug Production date: Medieval; late 12th-mid 14th century Measurements: H 313 mm; DM 160 mm

Pichet piriforme - Fin XIIème mi XIVème siècle - Londres Production date: Medieval; late century Measurements: H 313 mm;

Jug Date: 1400–1600 Geography: Made in Surrey, England Culture: British

Jug Date: Geography: Made in Surrey, England Culture: British

Jug of red earthenware with designs in white slip under a greenish-brown glaze. Reddish-brown sandy body. Pear-shaped with cylindrical neck and loop handle. Slip decoration of vine leaves and grapes. No lip on spout. Grooved strap handle. Triple thumbed at bottom. Ridged base, slightly concave.  Place of Origin  Buckinghamshire, England (probably, made) England, Great Britain (made) Date  ca. 1600 to 1650 (made)

Jug

Jug Place of origin: Buckinghamshire, England (probably, made) England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1600 to 1650 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Red earthenware with white slip and a greenish-brown glaze

Date: late 1200s–early 1300s Geography: Made in Paris, France Culture: French Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: ...

Jug Date: late Geography: Made in Paris, France Culture: French Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 6 x 6 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics

5655: jug; baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Measurements: H 298 mm; DM (girth) 167 mm

baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 298 mm;

jug 1300 - 1350 Dimensions h. 28 cm (component) diam. 13.4 cm Material and technique lead glaze, redware, applied relief

jug 1300 - 1350 Dimensions h. cm Material and technique lead glaze, redware, applied relief

Mid to late 12c Jug | Museum of London

jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 218 mm; DM (girth) c.

Jug

Jug

Jug of lead-glazed earthenware. Pear-shaped body, short neck and broad cup-shaped top with small lip spout. Burn marks on base. Place of Origin England, Great Britain (made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date ca.

A20115: jug; baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Measurements: H 283 mm; DM 175 mm

baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 283 mm;

British Museum - Baluster jug Rouen-style - 1200-1250 (circa) - Registration number 1896,0201.21

chevron pattern of plain bands between yellow strips, also yellow studs on purple triangles; 2 pelleted bands on neck.

tonoma architects: ceramics market, osaka, japan

the project is a urban renovation and a rebuilding of the historic ceramics shop of the historic ceramics street in the osaka, japan.

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