English Pottery Copper Lustre & Yellow Large Jug with Panels of Adam Buck Figures, Probably Enoch Wood, Circa 1810-30.
The large copper lustre jug with moulded "pearl" band around the neck and reeding above and below the central yellow-ground band with three large panels with Adam Buck figures-two with a lady playing badminton with a child an one playing with a doll.
Dimensions: 7 inches high x 8 inches wide x 4 inches.
Condition: chip to rim and line to one side and interior line around foot.
Reference: Collecting Lustreware, Geoffrey Godden and Michael Gibson, Pages 184-185.
A Collector's History of English Pottery, Griselda Lewis, Page 164, for a similar form which the author dates circa 1810.
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