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1226-1275. Pottery; rounded zoomorphic jug(fragment); yellow, brown and green glaze; handle of oval section with 2 applied strips at the top; body with panels each containing a dragon; highly decorated style.

yellow, brown and green glaze; handle of oval section with 2 applied strips at the top; body with panels each containing a dragon;

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Jug Date: century Geography: Made in, Surrey, England Culture: English Medium: Earthenware, glazed Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 3 x 3 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952 Accession Number:

Iran, Kashan  Jug, 13th century  Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, underglaze-painted, 7 5/8 x 7 in. (18.7 x 13.6 cm)

A collection of over 230 ceramic objects (vessels) at the Islamic Art Exhibit of Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Jug - late 14th or early 15th century, Siegburg.

Jug Date: late or early Geography: Made in Siegburg, Lower Rhineland, Germany Culture: German Medium: Partially salt-glazed stoneware Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 5 x 4 in.

jug, Anonymous, 1300 - 1350 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. 8 inches tall

jug 1300 - 1350 Dimensions h. cm Material and technique slip decoration, lead glaze, redware

Brooklyn Museum: Arts of the Islamic World: Jug

Jug Medium: Ceramic, glaze Dates: century

Jug, mid-12th century. Ceramic; transparent colorless glaze, black slip, white engobe, buff earthenware body, 6 3/4 x 4 1/2 in. (17.2 x 11.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Ernest Erickson Foundation, Inc., 86.227.77. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 86.227.77_PS5.jpg)

earthenware, painted in black slip and white engobe under a transparent glaze Dates: century

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.

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.

Date: late 1200s–early 1300s Geography: Made in Paris or its vicinity, France Culture: French Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimen...

Jug Date: late Geography: Made in Paris or its vicinity, France Culture: French Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 10 x 6 x 5 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952 Accession Number:

Jug Date: 15th–16th century Culture: British Medium: Earthenware, glazed Dimensions: Overall: 3 1/4 x 2 5/8 in. (8.3 x 6.6 cm)

Jug Date: century Culture: British Medium: Earthenware, glazed Dimensions: Overall: 3 x 2 in.

late 1400s or early 1500s Geography: Made in probably Surrey, England Culture: British Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: ...

Jug Date: late or early Geography: Made in probably Surrey, England Culture: British Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 7 x 4 x 3 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics

Jugs with faces were popular. Most of the potteries around London made them. They often show a man pulling his own beard. This one was made in Kingston, and is shaped like a bearded man wringing his hands. We don't know what the decoration means on these 'anthropomorphic' jugs - perhaps it is a medieval joke or caricature that has been forgotten over time. Date: 14thC. #5591

Kingston-type Ware face jug in the Museum of London; Found at Bishopsgate Street, London.

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