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Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880

James E. Jones

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Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880
Owl Majolica Jug, C. 1880

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
ceramic
Size:
7" L x 5" W x 11.5" H
Color/Finish:
brown/green/pink

Why We Love This

Rare 19th-century English majolica jug made in the shape of a barn owl. The back, head and wings are dressed in a deep root-beer brown and its breast and face have a pink glaze. It's standing in tall green grass, with a green jug handle in the form of a vine coming out of the bird's back. It appears to have the number "33" with a dot after it under the base.
As described by James Erkard

About James Erkard

Moroccan-born James Erkard is an artist and champion of design excellence with more than 30 years of experience. His love for design and antiques was sparked while he traveled extensively through the United Kingdom, Senegal, Italy and France. A fervent lifelong collector of antiques and vintage pieces he so lovingly calls art, Erkard is renowned for mixing everything from industrial materials, antiques and conventional materials in his designs, all while preserving functionality.