A lovely large rustic antique stoneware bottle or jug, ironstone salt glazed pot with a funnel neck top and a wider base, it has a short top loop stoneware handle.
It has a transfer print for Parkin Atkin mineral water, Grimsby marketplace, they were in operation during the late Victorian era and throughout, the stoneware pieces were traditionally used in the late Victorian era and they later moved onto glass.
A lovely rustic feel and in relatively good condition for the age, some natural crackling of the glaze but in my opinion this adds to the feel.
A fantastic rustic piece to add to your country kitchen or patio, the possibilities are endless and the traditional transfer advertising gives the piece an added extra chunk of history to it.
The water was delivered to homes much like the milk man brings milk and would have been pulled on large carts with shire horses.
The Cork can be heard rattling inside the bottle
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