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Tam o'Shanter Style Jugs

 

Linen-Fold Stone

Pattern 494

Pattern 516

Pattern 553

Pattern 954

 

Linen-Fold Stone

The jug is 151mm tall.

Note the impressed "24" on the base. This is the number in a 'potter's dozen', and it relates to the size (the smaller the number, the larger the jug), and the way it is invoiced out from the factory (if you bought a dozen of 24s you would get 24 jugs).

Linen-Fold Stone jug, handle left

Linen-Fold Stone jug, handle facing

Linen-Fold Stone jug, impressed mark

The same publication details as on the Tam o'Shanter jugs.

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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Pattern 494

The jug is 184mm tall.

The impressed "12" on the base means you would actually get 12 of these jugs to the dozen.

Pattern 494 jug, handle right

Pattern 494 jug, handle left

Pattern 494 jug, pattern number and impressed marks

Again, we have the same publication details as on the Tam o'Shanter jugs.

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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Pattern 516

The jug is 210mm tall.

The impressed "9" on the base means you would only get 9 of these jugs to the dozen.
I am assuming it is a 9, only the number on the Pattern 954 jug below is inverted, so it could be a 6.

Pattern 516 jug, handle left

Pattern 516 jug, pattern number and impressed marks

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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Pattern 553

The jug is 130mm tall.

The impressed "36" on the base means you would get 36 of these jugs to the dozen.

Pattern 553 jug, handle right

Pattern 553 jug, handle left

Pattern 553 jug pattern number and impressed marks

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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Pattern 954

The jug is 157mm tall.

The impressed "24" on the base means you would get 24 of these jugs to the dozen.

Pattern 954 jug handle left

The base of the handle has a crack that has been restored.

Pattern 954 jug handle to rear

Pattern 954 jug pattern number and impressed marks

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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