Six creamers
Lot 182
A group of six milk jugs, circa 1780-1805
Sold for £400 (US$ 669) inc. premium
Lot Details
A group of six milk jugs, circa 1780-1805
Comprising a Pinxton jug of faceted oval form, painted with an undulating band of flowers and leaves, 9.2cm high, an oval jug painted with the 'Royal Lily' pattern, a crest below the spout, possibly Chamberlain, 11.8cm high (wear, chip), a Chamberlain bucket-shaped jug of pattern 9, the 'Staghunt', 7cm high (slight wear), a Coalport cabaret jug of similar shape with fine neoclassical gilding, 6.3cm high, a Derby jug gilded in similar style, 7.4cm high, crown and D mark in blue, and a Derby fluted jug with floral swags, 6.4cm high (cracked) (6)


  • The Pinxton jug is illustrated by Geoffrey Godden, Eighteenth-Century English Porcelain (1985), plate 274. The pattern number appears to be unrecorded
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