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Posted 3 years ago


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I think this little jug(?) is quite early, maybe 1700's as it is similar to some that I have had images of on the net, not quite sure yet! It is marked with the crescent moon. I am still researching it so if you can give me a little help I would appreciate it! I picked this up in a jumble sale back last year and have only just got around to checking up on it!

Thanks for your interest!!


  1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 3 years ago
    Very attractive jug! Here are two pages that might advance you. You might well already have seen these! : )

  2. Justanovice Justanovice, 3 years ago
    Thank you so much miKKoChristmas11 these links will be very handy for lots of other things too!!:)
  3. Justanovice Justanovice, 3 years ago
    Thank you Bellin68!!:)
  4. czeller66 czeller66, 3 years ago
    Hi, this is definitely a Worcester, Ca. 1751-1770, I believe it's from Dr. Wall, Period One, could be second period but pretty sure it's Dr. Wall, period one, Worcester. It's either a gravy boat or ewer, it's quite lovely. Not sure what the pattern is though. Would you be interested in selling it?

    Hope this helps,

  5. Justanovice Justanovice, 3 years ago
    czeller66 Connie, Thank you for all of your information! I have it booked it (with other things) for an auction value with our local auction house. I would have to find out its value before deciding which is the best way to sell it! Many thanks again!
  6. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 3 years ago
    Hi, czeller66. Great to see you concur on ID! Question: All the Worcester pieces of this period I've looked at that are similar in form and size to this one are referred to as a 'jug'. I respect your opinion. Could you please tell us why you think that this is a gravy boat or an ewer? The breadth of the spout, perhaps? Thanks a lot! : )

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