Antique 18th century Hanau German Faience Jug
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SOLD Antique 18th century circa 1720 German pewter mounted blue and white Hanau faience Enghalskrug. A horizontally ribbed neck with a baluster body painted with two large floral arrangements fitted with a pewter base and hinged domed lid with ball thumbpiece. According to Morley-Fletcher, during the early 18th century Hanau faience jugs of this distinguished pattern were painted by the artist Johann Wilhelm Zirkel.
REFERENCES: Another similar Hanau Enghalskrug is in the Pflueger collection published in the book Early European Porcelain & Faience as Collected by Kiyi and Edward Pflueger by Hugo Morley-Fletcher. Volume II, Page 205.
MEASUREMENTS: Height. 31.5cm (12 3/8inches) to top of lid.
Condition: Some hair cracks and minor glaze flaking to the handle, no repairs or restorations.
Shipping:Negotiated with Seller
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- 18th century
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