Church Works and Cobden Works
Daisy Jugs and derivatives

As well as the moulded Daisy jugs produced at the Church Works, William Ridgway's partnerships produced jugs of the same shape without mouldings.

 

Church Works and Cobden Works

William Ridgway & Co.

Daisy

Pattern 542

 

Daisy

This jug is referred to, but not illustrated, by Dick Henrywood in Relief-Moulded Jugs 1820-1900 (1984), p.65.

The jug is 151mm tall, 166mm lip to handle, and 133mm broad. Pale blue coloured earthenware.

Daisy jug top

Daisy jug left side

Daisy jug lip

Daisy jug handle

Daisy jug base

Daisy jug padmark

The applied Urn & Archor mark indicates that this is an early jug.

Photos © Angela Grant 2020

 

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Pattern 542

The jug is 162mm tall, 163mm lip to handle, and 134mm broad. Earthenware.

Pattern 542 jug top

Pattern 542 jug left side

Pattern 542 jug lip

Pattern 542 jug handle

Pattern 542 jug base

Pattern 542 jug marks

The faint impressed mark reads: "OPAQUE / GRANITE / CHINA / W. R. & Co".
The impressed "12" is the number in a potter's dozen, which means a medium-sized jug.

Photos © Angela Grant 2020

 

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