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Relief-Moulded Jugs 1820-1900

This publication has been used 18 times in our system.

Connected records

Dessert dish with vine decoration

C.58-1992

Maker(s)

Perhaps William Ridgway & Co (Production)

George IV jug with lion handle

C.41-1981

Maker(s)

Possibly Phillips & Bagster (Pottery)
Perhaps Abington, James Leonard (Modeller)

Bacchanalian Dance Jug

C.44-2006

Maker(s)

Charles Meigh & Co (Factory)

William IV & Queen Adelaide jug

C.29-2006

Maker(s)

Minton (Factory)

Tam O'Shanter Jug

C.1273-1928

Maker(s)

William Ridgway & Co (Pottery)
Probably Abington, James Leonard (Modeller)
(from 1845) Ridgway & Abington (Pottery)

Bacchanalian Dance

C.24-1986

Maker(s)

Charles Meigh (Factory)
After Rubens, Peter Paul (Production)
After Poussin, Nicolas (Production)

'Bulrush' jug

C.47-1981

Maker(s)

Ridgway & Abington (Production)
William Ridgway & Co

'Albion' Jug, with cover

C.1-1987

Maker(s)

Brownfield, William (Factory)

Jug

C.8-1985

Maker(s)

Probably John Ridgway & Co. (Factory)
Perhaps John and William Ridgway (Factory)

Beer jug with greyhound handle

C.48-1981

Maker(s)

Phillips & Bagster (Production)
Perhaps Abington, James Leonard (Modeller)

Chamber candle stick

C.6-1919

Maker(s)

Perhaps William Ridgway & Co (Factory)

Hunting scene jug

C.1264-1928

Maker(s)

Probably William & John Turner (Pottery)
Possibly Turners, Abbott and Newbury
Possibly Tibbitts, J (Silversmith)

Eglinton Tournament Jug

C.5-2021

Maker(s)

William Ridgway, Son & Co (Factory)
Ridgway, William (Proprietor of factory)

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