Antique Liverpool Large Creamware Farmer's Arms Pitcher Jug circa 1770
Offered for sale is this rare Liverpool transfer-decorated creamware Farmer's Arms jug, which dates to circa 1770. It is decorated with a village scene of a harvest dance on one side, the Farmer's Arms and some flowers on the other, and a dedication under the spout. The jug was neatly potted and turned, and has a plain loop handle. No maker's mark.
The Liverpool jug is 9 1/2 inches tall by 8 1/2 inches from spout to handle.
Condition: Very good save for the outer surface of the spout, which has a professional repair, as shown. The repair is hard to see under normal light but it shows under black light. There is a small flake to one side of the handle, and a small firing crack where the top of the handle joins the body, as shown. Also a couple of tiny glaze flakes on the interior of the rim, as shown. Minor surface wear on the transfer decoration. All minor, included for completeness. Please view the detail photos. There are more than 12 photos so you many need to view on a computer that allows you to see the full the description with embedded pictures.
The jug weighs 2 lbs 4 oz (shipping weight 4 lbs). Domestic shipping is $14.95. Foreign shipping is by the methods listed in the shipping calculator.
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