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Staffordshire redware jug - 1755

Staffordshire redware jug, © Wedgwood Museum
    Staffordshire redware jug
    © Wedgwood Museum

This Staffordshire redware jug has an agate appearance. This was from the mixing of differently coloured reddish-brown and blavk clays together. It is typical of ther wares made by Josiah Wedgwood in the very early years of the Ivy House Works but was common to all Staffordshire works at that time.

This Staffordshire redware jug has an agate appearance. This was from the mixing of differently coloured reddish-brown and blavk clays together. It is typical of ther wares made by Josiah Wedgwood in the very early years of the Ivy House Works but was common to all Staffordshire works at that time.

  • Type of object: Useful ware/jug
  • Mark: None
  • Year produced: 1755
  • Body: Staffordshire redware
  • Glaze: unglazed
  • Material: ceramic
  • Accession number: 4810
  • Dimensions: 92 mm (height), 90 mm (width handle to spout), 75 mm (depth)

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