London, South Kensington
21 September 2000
A Pratt type toby jug
of typical form, modelled seated holding a foaming jug painted in brown, ochre and blue, early 19th century (chips to hands and extremities) -- 26cm. high; a 'Squire' toby jug of Kent type, of typical form modelled, seated in a corner chair holding a foaming jug, late 19th century (lacking pipe and damages); another two toby jugs of conventional form; four pottery condiment vessels moulded as toby jugs (damages) -- 13.5cm high
See illustration (8)
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Please note that the rim of the illustrated item has been restored.
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