Fabulous Early 19th Century Antique Willow Pattern Large Creamware Ale Mug
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|Fabulous Early 19th Century Antique Willow Pattern Large Creamware Ale Mug
This large ale jug is estimated to have been made around the 1820-1830 transitional era of George IV and William IV. It is a fine example of cream ware with a printed blue variation of the Willow Pattern transfer. It has a mock gilt rim.
There is a blue printed circular mark to the base but we can’t identify the maker from this.
The ale mug is in good condition; there are no chips or cracks to be found. When tapped, the mug sounds dull; we attribute this to its size, fineness of the creamware and perhaps the micro-crazing.
Measures: 11cm tall, 11cm across the top.
Please note payment for this item must be received by 5pm Wednesday 14th December in order to have your item/s packed and in the post before close of business on Friday 16th December. If payment has not been received by Wednesday 14th December your item/s will not be posted until we re-open business 9th January 2017. Many thanks for your co-operation and understanding
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