DETAILS
A small, antique, buff color pottery jug or creamer with relief moulded pub scene on one side and a horseman trying to escape over a bridge on the opposite side. It was inspired by Robert Burn's (1759-96) famous poem Tam O'Shanter and illustrations by Landseer. The handle is formed by a lady's arm and hand.

MAKER
William Ridgway (& Company) (Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, 1830-54)

MARKS
Impressed: 24 / Published by W. Ridgway & Co. / Hanley, / October 1, 1835

PERIOD
William IV (1830-37) | Early 19th century

DATE
Dated 1835

DIMENSIONS
Width 5 Depth 4.25 Height 6 inches

CONDITION
Note: chip (rim). Hairline crack handle.

ITEM ID
P3185
TYPE
Stoneware
ORIGIN
England • English
COLOR
Brown
PURPOSE
Creamers, Jugs, Kitchen, Pitchers, Ewers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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English W. Ridgway & Company Stoneware Pottery Relief Moulded Tam O' Shanter Pitcher

$75

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