Church Works
Harvest Jugs

E. J. Ridgway & Abington

Harvest ~ Green-grey

 

Harvest ~ Green-grey

The jug is 152mm tall.

Harvest jug green-grey top

Harvest jug green-grey left side

Harvest jug green-grey lip side

Harvest jug green-grey right side

Harvest jug green-grey handle side

Harvest jug green-grey base

Harvest jug green-grey marks

The registration diamond is for 7 March 1848, Parcel 1. This covers two patent numbers that Godden describes as being for '2 Designs for moulded jugs'.1
The impressed "36" is the size of the jug, and refers to the number in a potters' dozen. It indicates this is a small jug.
The other mark is probably a moulder's tally mark.

Photos © Bonnie Jean Seiwell ~ Lady in Decadence 2020

 

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Notes

1. G. A. Godden, Ridgway Porcelains (1985), p.218.

 

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