Antique Salt Glaze Stoneware Corked Jug c1800s Possibly Weir or Monmouth RARE
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You are looking at a very rare, old salt glaze pottery jug, pitcher or canteen. This piece was purchased from a pottery collector’s private collection. I believe it to be Weir Pottery or Monmouth Pottery from the late 1800’s or very early 1900’s. The jug is white stoneware with a blue salt glaze finish. The sides of the jug are stamped with a unique diamond pattern. There is no maker’s mark on the piece. The bottom of the jug is unglazed. There is an old cork in the spout that can be removed. The glaze is cracked on the top left side of the handle check out the photos below. This piece is in great condition and has a wonderful old patina. I do not know the maker or exact date it was made. This piece is antique and will not be perfect. This pitcher measures 7 ¼ inches tall, 8 7/8 inches side to side and 3 7/8 inches front to back. It weighs 6 pounds.
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- Type / Pattern
- salt glazed
- Weir Pottery or Monmouth Pottery
- Width: 4 inches
- Height: 7.25 inches
- Depth: 9 inches
- Weight: 6 pounds