2 November 2005
A Westerwald pewter-mounted dated armorial jug
The manganese-red ground body applied with the coat-of-arms of the Counts of Wied dated 1687, surrounded by trailing stems and blossoms, with strap handle
29.3 cm. high
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See D. Gaimster, German Stoneware, London, 1997, p. 264, ill. 120 for a jug with similar coat-of-arms.
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