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TRANSFERWARE > BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE/MUGS & JUGS

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Jugs and pitchers are the same thing. I just like the way jug sounds with mug! Also, there are less letters when I'm typing! Jugs come in all shapes and sizes from creamers to harvest jugs like the one in the photo at the top of this page. Mugs also vary quite a bit in size and shape. Enjoy looking.

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 08-5136: DARK BLUE TRANSFERWARE BOTANICAL CREAMER 1825

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08-5136

DARK BLUE TRANSFERWARE BOTANICAL CREAMER 1825 Creamer, 5.5 inches to the top of the handle. The dark blue transfer has lots of contrast. The plants appear to be strawberries surrounded by chicken legs! Other than some very minor wear on the high points under the rim, condition is excellent. The teapot that matches this creamer in in the catalog. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825-1830.
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 07-5004: MINTON BLUE TRANSFER FLORAL MUG 1830

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MINTON BLUE TRANSFER FLORAL MUG 1830 Probably made by Minton around 1830, this 3-1/2" high by 3-1/2" wide mug is printed in medium blue with a floral sheet pattern. Although the bottom of the mug feels rough, I can see no cracks or repairs. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details.
Manufacturer: Minton  

Your Price: $375.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 07-4993: WEDGWOOD HIBISCUS BLUE TRANSFERWARE JUG 1820

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WEDGWOOD HIBISCUS BLUE TRANSFERWARE JUG 1820 This 4-3/4" high by 5" handle to spout pearlware jug is printed in medium and dark blue with the Wedgwood pattern, Hibiscus. Wedgwood made lovely botanical blue and white patterns in the early 19th century. There is a soup bowl in this pattern in this catalog. Other than a "Y" shaped line on the bottom, that doesn't show on the interior of the jug, condition is excellent. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. The jug is impressed "Wedgwood" on the bottom. It was probably made around 1820. Take a look at the photos for the details.
Manufacturer: Wedgwood  

Your Price: $650.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 07-4992: VICTORIAN CHINTZ BLUE JUG BIRDS AND FLOWERS

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VICTORIAN CHINTZ BLUE JUG BIRDS AND FLOWERS Printed in medium and dark blue with birds and flowers, this 7" high and 6" handle to spout jug is unusual. Most of these jugs are printed in shades of purple, green, pink and brown. They are much less common in blue. The pattern is highlighted in pink, green and yellow enamel. There is minor wear to the rim and spout and crazing inside of the jug. Appearance is excellent. Take a look at the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1835-1840.
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 07-4996: BLUE TRANSFER FOOTBATH JUG CHINTZ PATTERN

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BLUE TRANSFER FOOTBATH JUG CHINTZ PATTERN This huge jug is 17" to the top of the handle and 16" from the handle to the spout! It is printed in light blue with a chintz or sheet pattern comprised of tiny flowers and leaves against a dotted background. The handle and lug handle (to help you hold this heavy jug)are beautifully molded. If you are looking for a rare and stunning item, this is the piece for you! Although appearance is excellent, there is damage. There are repairs to three places on the base of the jug. The color is not a perfect match. There is wear on both handles, but they have never been off. A tight hairline on the inside of the jug does not go through to the outside. Actually, the jug is in rather good shape! Take a look at the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1840. It was made as a companion to a footbath. Imagine the weight when full of water!
Circa: 1840
Manufacturer: Unknown Maker  

Your Price: $1275.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 06-4716: BLUE TRANSFERWARE MINTON TREACLE POT 1840

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06-4716

BLUE TRANSFERWARE MINTON TREACLE POT 1840 This unusual item is nearly 7" high and has a screw top! It is printed in light to medium blue with a lovely floral pattern. It was used to hold treacle which is a form of molasses. Treacle was cheaper than sugar, and thus a less expensive sweetener. Other than a minor repair to the inside of the lid, condition is excellent. If you like rare items in old blue, this is the one for you! The treacle pot was made in Staffordshire by Thomas Minton around 1835.
Circa: 1835
Manufacturer: Thomas Minton  

Your Price: $575.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 06-4715: PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFER FOOTED MILK JUG 1825

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PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFER FOOTED MILK JUG 1825 This lovely pearlware jug is printed with a classical pattern in medium to dark blue. The jug is 5-1/2" to the top of the spout and 5" from the handle to the spout. Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or repairs. Take a look at all of the photos for the details. The jug was probably made in Staffordshire around 1825.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 04-4193: BLUE TRANSFERWARE WEAVE PATTERN JUG 1840

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04-4193

BLUE TRANSFERWARE WEAVE PATTERN JUG 1840 This blue transferware jug is in an unusual pattern that vaguely resembles weaving but also resembles Japanese lanterns! The overall effect is something like a pattern from the 1950s. However, the jug was made in Staffordshire around 1840! The printing is beautifully done in shades of blue that range from light to dark. Condition is excellent. The jug is 7" to the top of the spout and 6" from the spout to the handle. Take a look at all of the photos for the details.
Circa: 1840
Manufacturer: Maker Unknown  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 04-4166: PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFERWARE MUG 1820

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PEARLWARE BLUE TRANSFERWARE MUG 1820 Large mugs in early transferware are not common. This 5-1'4" high by 4-1/2" wide by 6" to the handle pearlware mug is printed in medium to very dark blue in a Chinoiserie pattern that looks familiar but I hope someone can identify it for me. In a reserve opposite the handle there are four men in Middle Eastern garb. The reserve is surrounded by stylized leaves and flowers that look very modern. There is a border design of "Vs" and "1s" inside the mug. There is an ochre line around the rim. The mug is being sold "as Is". There are chips on the base rim which cannot be seen when the mug is standing. There is also a large stabilized "Y' shaped crack that runs from the rim to the bottom of the mug. Luckily, most of it is hidden in the pattern. The rest of the mug is in good condition. Appearance, despite the damage, is excellent. Take a look at all of the photos to see the details.
 

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