Blue and White Jug Contact Seller
For Sale By Views Date Posted
JerryM 7487 Sun Jan 22, 2006
Asking Price Condition
Pending Good
01220604

supersize

supersize

supersize
Description: Early Blue and White enamel jug. 8 inches tall. bird (peacock?) and pomegranate decorated. The clay body is pink with a white glaze applied and cobalt enamel used to decorate. There is also a clear (probably lead) overglaze (kwaart?). The bottom does not have the over glaze and is just white. There is some crazing to the overglaze. The overglaze also has a blue, iridescent sheen. The blue decoration also stands above the white ground slightly. Number impressed on the bottom - 395/15 The handle is decorated with a squiggly line and dots.


see: http://www.colonialarts.com/product.php?id=1930


This jug has a decidedly Spanish Fajalauza look, but as the above link suggests, perhaps it is eastern euopean, early-mid 19th cen.


Please help me with this one if you can. Thank you.
Keywords: blue white jug Dutch Delft
Payment:
Return Policy:
Shipping/Handling Fees:

Powered by: PhotoPost Classifieds 1.8
Copyright 2004 All Enthusiast, Inc.

No portion of this page, text, images or code, may be copied, reproduced, published or distributed in any medium without the expressed written permission of the copyright holder.