18 November 1992
THREE ARCHEOLOGICAL LEADGLAZED COLLECTABLES, comprising;
- one Rhenish singlehandled slipware globular jug, decorated with trailed stylized animals, 17th Century, 15 cm high - one Siegburg singlehandled oviform jug (Einhenkelkrug) of brown tint, 16th/17th Century, 24.5 cm high - one Rhenish tigerglazed singlehandled cylindrical jug of the Krautstrunk-type, 17th/18th Century, 18 cm high (3)
Archeological finds in Rotterdam.
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cf. J. de Kleyn, Volksaardewerk in Nederland (1600-1900) for various illustrations of similar objects.
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