jug, 1425 - 1475 h. 22.3 cm (component) diam. 3.5 cm stoneware, salt glaze, stamped decoration stoneware, (Europe > Western Europe > The Netherlands > Utrecht) (Europe > Western Europe > Germany > Aachen)
1150 - 1250. Jug | York Museums Trust. Jug with copper green glaze over all exterior except near basal edge. Decorated throughout with small circular bosses with equal-armed cross in relief. Tubular spout attached to neck with bridge.
Common name Brill/Boarstall ware, Buckinghamshire Class Baluster jugs Height left, 410mm right, 400mm Identifier PW08 Production in west Buckinghamshire Distribution widely throughout south Midlands Use decanter for wine or ale Date Early - mid 13th century AD
Pottery jug with green glaze depicting human face at front with arms beneath. The arms are formed of applied strips and are bent at the elbow so that the gloved hands are pressed against the body at shoulder level. The hair is represented by a strip of clay above the top of the handle. This is decorated with pierced holes and short, incised lines, probably representing braiding. Restored from fragments. Medieval 14thC(early) Excavated/Findspot: Worcester Cathedral, Height: 39.7 centimetres
16. Medieval jugs found in SE England, earthenware, thrown, slip decorated, late 12th-early 13th c. Left to right: early 13th-c. made/found in London; mid 13th-century decorated jug made in Kingston; 13th-c. jug made in Rouen, found in Oxfordshire; late 12th-c. incised tripod pitcher made in London. Kingston Jug Medieval, late 13th century, From Kingston, Surrey, England.