Royal Doulton water jug with silver mount

Royal Doulton water jug with silver mount

£160

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A charming and traditional antique water jug from the Lambeth pottery of Royal Doulton, in perfect condition. The jug, made in the shape of an 18th century beer jug, has an applied silver rim. Hunting scenes abound the body, featuring hounds, stags, huntsmen with other rural scenes and motifs in the typical style associated with the Doulton factory.

Royal Doulton's first pottery was established by John Doulton in the Lambeth area of London in 1815 and the title
royal was bestowed on the firm by King Edward VII when he came to the throne in 1901.

The 20th century studio flourished with artists such as Leslie Harradine and Harry Simeon until its closure in 1956.

Dimensions:

Height 160 mm / 6 12"
Width 160 mm / 6 12"
Year

1910

Place

Sheffield

Condition

Excellent

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